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What are the variables that
affect run time?
How do I remove film on
the tank?
How can I extend run time?
The estimated run time for this humidifier is based on average room conditions
and is dependent on numerous variables such as:
- Air exchange in the room.
- Room construction where the humidifier is placed.
- Temperature of the room.
- Humidity levels in the room.
- Movement of occupants and the opening and closing of doors in the room.
- Home furnishings in the room.
See “Daily Maintenance” section. Regular cleaning is
recommended.
Run your unit on the lowest setting.
Fill tank all the way full and place on the base. Let water empty into the base
until it stops bubbling, then refill and re-seat tank again. This ensures maximum
water capacity and will extend run time.
Troubleshooting
Problems Causes Actions
Problem 1:
Unit does not turn on
White powder coming out
of humidifier
Dampness in rooms on
walls or windows
Unit turns on and off
Bubbles in the water or a
gurgling sound
Water leakage
Plug in power cord or re-seat tank
Adjust the setting
to reduce mist output
Use distilled or filtered water instead
of tap water
Turn unit off or adjust the
setting to reduce mist output
Refill tank
Clean float (see Care & Maintenance)
Clean gasket (see Care & Maintenance)
Put humidifier on a level surface and
refill tank
No action necessary
See first diagram and corrective actions
above under “Problem 1.”
Discard humidifier, as it cannot be repaired
Unit is not plugged in or tank
is not
seated properly
High setting
(mist can look like white
powder)
Some chemicals used in safe water
treatment could become white
powder as the water vaporizes. This
is not a humidifier malfunction.
High setting
Tank is almost empty
The float inside base unit is dirty
Gasket in bottom of tank is dirty
Humidifier is not on a level surface so
float is not able to operate properly
Normal operation. As water enters
reservoir in base, air is displaced and
creates bubbles in tank and possibly
a gurgling sound.
Water level in base reservoir may be
too high.
Product may have been mishandled.
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Question Answer
To Use
1 Ensure the humidifier is switched OFF.
2 Select a location: Choose a flat and level surface 4 inches away from the wall. DO NOT place on a finished
floor or near furniture which can be damaged by too much moisture or water. Place on a moisture-resistant
surface.
3 Remove and fill tank: Lift tank off base and bring tank to the sink. Remove cap on the bottom of tank and fill
with clean, cool water, ideally distilled (Figure 1). Additives are NOT recommended. Replace cap, turn tank so
that cap faces down, and replace tank on the base. The tank will immediately begin to empty into the base.
NOTE: Use both hands when carrying full tank of water. It is normal for the water level in the tank to decrease once
full tank has been replaced on base. The water from the tank has simply filled up the empty base.
4 Plug into a 120VAC electrical outlet.
5 Turn on: Turn knob on front of humidifier until power light glows.
6 Adjust mist direction: Rotate the 36 mist outlets and set the desired output level.
7 Turn off: To manually shut off, turn knob on front of humidifier until power light turns off. When water level is
low, mist will automatically shut off.
Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc., warrants to the original
purchaser that this product (Ultrasonic Cool Mist Nursery
Humidifier), is free from material and workmanship
defects when used under normal conditions for a period
of one (1) year from the date of purchase. Should the
product contain defects in material or workmanship
Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc., will repair or replace the
product, at our option, free of charge. Purchaser will be
responsible for all costs associated with packaging and
shipping the product to Dorel Juvenile Group Consumer
Relations Department at the address noted on the front
of this document and all other freight or insurance costs
associated with the return. Dorel Juvenile Group will bear
the cost of shipping the repaired or replaced product to
the purchaser. Product should be returned in its original
package accompanied by a proof of purchase, either a
sales receipt or other proof that the product is within
the warranty period. This warranty is void if the owner
repairs or modifies the product or the product has been
damaged as a result of misuse.
This warranty excludes any liability other than that
expressly stated previously, including but not limited to,
any incidental or inconsequential damages.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR
EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS,
AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT MAY
VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
One (1) Year Limited Warranty
Care and Maintenance
NOTE: This is an electrical appliance and requires attention when in use. Follow the recommended guidelines to help
prevent micro-organisms from growing in the humidifier.
STORAGE
1 Clean, rinse and thoroughly dry as directed. DO NOT leave any water in the unit as this may render the unit
inoperable for the following season.
2 Place in the original carton and store in a cool, dry place.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
Remove Mineral Buildup/Scale:
1 Turn off unit and remove tank: Ensure humidifier is off and unplugged, then remove tank and drain water from
tank into sink. DO NOT place base in sink.
2 Base unit: Scale build-up on electronic sensor and float. Once sensor has had time to cool, wipe isopropyl alcohol
or vinegar directly on sensor and/or float with a paper towel, cloth or safety swab to clean. DO NOT attempt to
remove float to clean.
3 Tank: Partially fill with one 8-ounce cup of undiluted white vinegar. Leave in the tank for at least 30 minutes,
occasionally swishing the vinegar around inside the tank, then gently clean all interior tank surfaces with a soft brush.
Wipe the exterior of the tank with a cloth dampened with undiluted white vinegar. Rinse tank thoroughly with clean
water to remove the mineral and vinegar residue. Rinse a second time to ensure that all residue has been removed.
Disinfect Tank:
1 Fill tank 1/2 full with water and 1/2 teaspoon of chlorine bleach. DO NOT place tank on base unit while it contains
the bleach/water.
2 Let the solution stand for 30 minutes, swishing every few minutes. Wet all surfaces.
3 Carefully empty the tank and rinse with warm water until you can not detect any bleach smell. Dry with a clean cloth
or paper towel.
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IF MIST OUTPUT IS MINIMAL OR NOT VISIBLE,
check for the following causes.
Retry the humidifier after trying each action below:
Water level in base reservoir is
too high
Humidifier is at low setting
Indicator light on front is red
Indicator light on front does not
illuminate
Empty all water out of the humidifier base and replace tank. Ensure tank is SECURED and LEVEL in
base with no gap visible between base and tank.
Note: any remaining water in reservoir should be emptied each time tank is re-filled.
Check out our Helpful Hints video here for step-by-step instructions:
https://youtu.be/239EXoHL72s
It is normal for mist not to be visible at lower settings. If you can see the mist when you turn the
wheel to a higher setting, there is no issue.
Water tank is empty. Shut off and unplug humidifier and refill water tank. Make sure to empty any
remaining water in base before replacing tank.
Ensure that humidifier is plugged in and powered on.
ON
ON
OFF
Cause Action
WARNING
Shut off and unplug humidier before
removing tank from base.
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Each unit was tested after production and confirmed to be free of leaks.
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