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Troubleshooting - Kenmore 758.15420011 Use & Care Manual

Whole house humidifier 14 gallon output with digital readout
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Troubleshooting
Trouble
Digital
display
not
illuminated.
Fan not operating
(digital
display
is
illuminated).
Fan running
continuously,
unit
will not shut off.
Poor evaporation
of water.
Neither
bottle
emptying.
Bottles continues
to
empty.
Left bottle
not
emptying.
Refill display
"F" is
on before
bottles
are empty
Display
blinks or
fan moves slightly
when humidifier
is
plugged
in.
Probable Cause
• No Power.
• Power button
has not
been depressed.
• ROOM
humidity
level is
not 3% or more below
SET humidity
level.
• Reservoir
is empty.
• Float is obstructed.
• SET humidity
level is
65%.
• ROOM
humidity
level
has not reached
1% or
more above
SET
humidity
level.
• Check to see if filter
message
"CF"
is
flashing.
• Mineral
buildup
on
filter.
• Bottle cap
plunger
missing post in bottom
of cabinet.
• Dirty filters.
• Air is entering
water
bottle.
• Right bottle
contains
water.
• Unit is not set up on a
level surface.
Float will
not sense water
at the
front
of the cabinet.
• Normal.
Remedy
• Check 120 volt power
source.
• Press power
button
once to turn
on.
• Raise SET humidity
level if
desired.
• Increase
fan speed.
• Fill humidifier
with water.
• Free float from obstruction.
• A SET humidity
percentage
of
65% operates
fan continuously.
Adjust SET level between
25% - 60%.
• Continue
to run until desired
humidity
level is achieved.
This
may take up to 48 hours initially.
• Change
to a fresh new filter.
NOTE:
Local water
purity
varies from area to area.
• Check orientation
of bottles.
Reposition
so that bottle
cap
plunger
(stem) is depressed
by
post in bottom
of cabinet.
• Change
to fresh new filters
(32-
14911).
• Check "E-Z-Fill
Side-Caps"
and
valve
assembly
caps to ensure
tightness.
• Check for leak in water
bottle.
• Ensure gaskets
for "E-Z-Fill
Side-Caps"
are in place.
• The humidifier
is designed
so
that right bottle
empties
first.
• Position unit level. Some carpet
padding
may allow unit to sit
lower in the front than rear with
the additional
weight of water
bottles
in the front of the
cabinet.
Install caster pads
under front casters; see page 5.
• No action
required.
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