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PEQ2 proofer that's not producing vapor or mist that gives the bread it's moisture

Changed the humidistat out in the peq2 proofer and still not humidity in the proofer

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SOURCE: Fan runs but no moisture

According to the manual, there may be a problem with your water level sensor. According to the manual:
- Ensure that water level sensor is assembled properly.
- Clean water float.
- Call service center and request replacement water float.

I scanned in the page from the manual that shows how to dismantle, clean, and reassemble the water level sensor here.

If that doesn't work, you can try contacting the manufacturer:
Dart Warehouse Corporation
Tel: 1-888-599-0992 (Mon-Fri 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Central)
Website: http://www.crane-usa.com
1835 Ferry Road
Naperville, Illinois 60563

Posted on Feb 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Venta Airwasher Display Light Blinking...

This has happened to me. Check the contact points in the base of the machine. Ours had some corrosion on them. I took an emery board and filed the corrosion off to clean the contact points.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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SOURCE: New AC unit mist

It sounds like the unit is either level or tilted down in the front, not allowing the water to run to the back of the ac and the blower wheel is picking the water up and blowing it into the room.
You need to put a level on it and lower the back of the ac so the water the coil removes can run to the back of the unit and that should solve your problem.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: how do you change the filter in a holmes cool mist

http://www.jardenstore.com/manuals/MANUALS/HM1865-U_43_74701759.PDF

here is the website for the manual. when you download it go to the maintance section and it will let you know. if not. basically all you have to do is turn off your unit first. take the base and the tank off take out the wick filter disgard and put in new one. put everything back and turn on unit. and it should would like new

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SOURCE: I have an lg dehumidifier LHD 45EL. The humidity

Possibly the primary humidity sensor behind right side grill. Unit MUST be unplugged from outlet. Take right side grill out, unplug sensor from wire socket and plug back. If no help, you need new sensor.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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