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Small rubbery piece has fallen off

A small u shaped rubbery piece that is about 3 inches longs has fallen off in the section under the water lens.

Where does it go and ho do I get it there? Thanks

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You will need to remove the top grill of the humidifier to install the gasket. The gasket installation instructions are as follows.

  1. Unplug the humidifier.
  1. Remove the top half of the humidifier and turn it upside down onto a stable surface.
***Be sure that the pump housing is dry. If it is not, there is a possibility that water will flow into the motor housing and cause damage to the motor.

  1. Locate and remove the six (6) screws that are around the inner edge of the unit.
3 are located near the front and 3 are located near the back.

  1. You will now be able to remove the top grill to install the gasket into the U shape part of the housing.
  1. Once the gasket is in place, you will then reassemble the top grill to the housing and reinstall the screws.

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