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No it will mess up the vapor you inhale it will hurt your eyes and brain

Vicks... | Answered on Mar 09, 2017

does it have a warrenty if so get it fixed if not return to store as faulty

Vicks... | Answered on Feb 28, 2017

My humidifier is leaking. I is a Vicks V3900 Germ Free Cool Mist Humidifier. How do I solve this problem

Vicks... | Answered on Dec 16, 2016

then id not plug it in again , the breaker goes telling you there is a fault in the device , also could be too many items on that breaker , ive got an ole vaccum that will trip my breaker out if I run my radio and try to clean up at same time , but will not trip if I switch radio off b4 use .got to be such a bother that I stuck a post-it on vac that says "radio" just to remind me to switch it off b4 I clean up , saves me from running down three flights of stairs to reset it !!!

Vicks... | Answered on Dec 13, 2016




Vicks... | Answered on Feb 13, 2016

It should be rated at 120 volts ac. The wattage will be molded into the bottom of the unit (on the underside).

If it instead shows the current in amperes, multiply the amperage shown by 120 volts to obtain wattage. I.E. if for example the appliance it is rated at 8.3 amps, take 8.3 x 120 = 996 watts

Vicks... | Answered on Jan 07, 2016

Depends on whether they are on the same circuit or not. Most small air conditioners draw enough power that they need to be on their own circuit. And it's best if a steam humidifier is the only appliance on it's own circuit.
If they are on separate circuits, it they should be fine. If they share the same circuit, look at the amperage of both (as shown on the appliance listing label, add them up. They must NOT exceed 12 amperes for a 15 amp circuit, 16 amperes for a 20 amp appliance circuit.
If either one is listed in watts, just take the wattage listed and divide by 120, which is the wall voltage and you will have the amperage. On air conditioners you are looking for the total wattage, NOT the locked rotor (LRR) or motor amps ratings.
Very small window air conditioners can usually share a circuit, if the amperage draw of other appliances is small enough. I doubt that it would work in this case, if you try it the worst that can happen is it will blow the circuit breaker or fuse. This will happen (usually) after a period of time for a circuit breaker or when starting for a fuse.

Vicks... | Answered on Jan 05, 2016

Problems in a Vicks Vaporizer comes when it is mis-handled or when we buy non-warranted products. It is the best solution to spend money on the branded and cheap vaporizers.


Vicks... | Answered on Dec 03, 2015

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