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I have the wf813 model an just courious to know if the water just evaporates when it's being used

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The water evaporates with use, but if necessary can be cleaned out. Regular weekly cleaning and seasonal cleaning is recommend by manufacturer of humidifiers.

See example of a manual:

https://secure.img1-fg.wfcdn.com/docresources/10263/36/365283.pdf

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I don't understand the question. Could you rephrase it please?

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