Question about Honeywell HE260A1010 Whole House Humidifier Humidifier
For the humidifier to work you need to have th blower running do that means that you either have to turn the blower on manaually or the heat must be running alot...
I would suggest that you turn the blower or fan switch to the on position for a few days to force the blower to run...this will get the humidity up and then you may have enough runtime for heating for it to keep up then...
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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Unless you are using a current sensing relay or sail switch, you need to get the humidifier power from the blower motor supply so it only operates when the blower is on.
Since you can manually control the humidifier, there is not a fault with the solonoid.
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