Question about Crane Hello Kitty Humidifier
When our hello Kitty Humidifier is almost out of water in the water container, it seems the 'sensor' in the base part of the unit gives up and lets all the remaining water in, which causes the water to leak out of the top of the base (between the base and where the tank fits in). At that time it doesn't spray any mist and the unit and the water get hot. Suggestions?
**With the unit unplugged**
the float sensor is probably getting sticky with residue and buildup (lime, grime, etc). Try cleaning the little float and that area. It should move easily when clean.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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