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Larry, there is a float above tank,remove tank, adjust float lever , bend down arm gently, or loosen adjusting screw on arm adjust down and re tighten. press the helpful button and follow me on fixya for more tips and info.
Hello, the motor itself wont cause the unit to leak water, the float valve on the unit is what adjusts how much water is coming into the humidifier. If the float valve is not adjusted properly or broken it will cause to much water to enter the humidifierand therefrore overflow. Replace the motor and chexk the float valve to enure it is adjusted properly and if it is stuck or broken replace.
Is there distilled water or liquid medication in the container? If not, all that will come out is air. There should be an adjustment valve on the hand-held part of the nebulizer, that adjusts the liquid flow and turns it into a mist.
I need a little more info to help you. What do you mean by "how to adjust the thermostat, for kenmore humidifier". Do you need to know what the relationship is to the setting and moisture in the air? Let me know.
If this is a furnace mounted humidifier. Just plug it in and turn it on. I do not know what part of the country you are in. I live in northeastern Ohio. We set out humidistats at aprox. 35% and adjust as needed.
Unplug it for the summer. If it getts muggy in the house or if you get condensation around the doors, windows or window sills. Turn the setting down. If it feels dry in the house, or you have dry skin, nosebleeds, dry eyes or notice static electricity. Turn up the humidistat. Always ajust a little at a time and allow a couple of days between adjustments. It takes time to notice any changes.
IMPORTANT ...change the water panels in it yearly for maximum operation.
That is an old style t-stat i would replace it with a more up to date model. Your problem may be in the limit switch. But yes to answer your question most fans can be adjusted just depends on if it has a manual limit that looks like a silver box on the interior of your furnace or if it has a mother board control system.
unplug humidifer, remove top tank, empty all water out of base. dry off.
turn unit upside down.
unscrew five visible screws.
use a screw driver to pull off the black foam foot pads. you will find more screws there.
pull off the base.
look next to the fan, you will see a metal "tower" going up into the reservoir. Is it dirty such as white chalky substance on it? Clean it with cotton swabs. Clean the fan while your at it if needed.
You will see a small gray box with two metal tabs twisted. Untwist them and pull off the top.
On that metal "tower" you will see a small black chip connected to the circuit board where you just removed the metal top. Does black chip have black marks on the circuit board? Mine does. I suspect the "tower" which draws heat from this black chip was no longer able to cool because of the white chalk buildup on the tower, furthermore, the chip became too hot and caused the black chip to overheat (again black marks on the circuit board).
The chip has on it "FTR 02N" and a "54F" at the bottom. I tried doing some basic searching on internet to see if it could be replaced, but didn't find anything.
For those who don't have this problem yet, just keep that metal cooling tower clean.