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We are having trouble using the dr fresh princess humidifier? how to use? where to put water? how much? how do we know we are doing it rt? we bought one and it didn't have directions? ironically.

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Bobi_l_varga please provide your e-mail or physical address and we would be more than happy to send you an instruction manual. Please feel free to e-mail the Dr. Fresh team at info@drfresh.com or call at (866) 373-7371 x221

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Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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