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Honeywell Humidifier overflowing

Common solutions for: Honeywell Humidifier overflowing

01 - Float
If the reservoir overfills the float valve might not be shutting off properly. When the float is lifted it should stop letting water into the reservoir. If water continues to flow then the float valve is likely stuck or jammed open and should be replaced.
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Humidifier Float
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02 - Water Inlet Valve
Normally, once the environment reaches the proper level of humidity, the humidistat turns off, cutting power to the water inlet valve. If the humidstat turns off but the water inlet valve still doesn’t close, the valve might be stuck open. To determine if the water inlet valve is stuck open, disconnect the power to the humidifier or shut off the humidistat and see if water still flows through the valve. If water flows through the water inlet valve even when the valve isn’t getting power, the val...ve is stuck open. If the valve is stuck, replace it. Water inlet valves are not repairable—if the water inlet valve is defective, you must replace it.
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Humidifier Water Inlet Valve
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