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I just purchased this humidifier. I set the humidity temperature to 40 and the fan is constantly running but there is no water filling into the bucket. Although the humidity temperature is set to 40 the current humidity is showing 60, and the fan is just running

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Nicole, some of the packing material may have gotten into the drain tubing or hole and clogged it. Remove the water reservoir and look for a vinyl tube or drain hole in the cavity that the "bucket" came out of. If you can see anything blocking it, carefully remove it. I don't think at this point anything would have gotten any further down the drain tubing. Since this a brand new unit, consult your Owners Manual for directions on how to Troubleshoot this problem. If that fails, it's under warranty. Contact the manufacturer as directed in the Owners Manual.

Hope this helps to get your problem solved.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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