Essick Air H12400HB Whole House Humidifier - 116710-1.pdf

Essick Air H12400HB Whole House Humidifier Owners Manuals, User Guides, Instructional Help Documents & Operating Information - 116710-1.pdf

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OWNER’S CARE & USE MANUAL MODELS: 821 000, WHITE- DIGITAL CONTROL • Automatic Humidistat • Refill light with Automatic Shutoff • 2-Speed Fan with Quiet Setting for Nighttime Use • Easy to clean, removable power pack

French and Spanish Instructions included. Se incluyen instrucciones En Español y Francés. Directives en Français et en espagnol compris


SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT RECYCLE APPROPRIATE MATERIALS Patents: 5,037,583; 5,110,511; 5,133,904 Other Patents Pending To order parts and accessories call 1-800-547-3888 1B5864110


IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS READ BEFORE USING YOUR HUMIDIFIER 1. This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to fit into a polarized 120-volt AC, 15 amp outlet, and only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature. If an extension cord must be used, it should also accept the wide blade plug and meet this electrical rating. 2. Do not place the cord under rugs, near loose drapes, in traffic areas, nor near heat sources or combustible materials. 3. Do not use the humidifier if the cord is damaged. 4. Always unplug the power cord before filling, cleaning, servicing, or when the unit is not in use. 5. This humidifier is ETL listed with Essick Air brand evaporative wicks in place. 6. It is very important that cleaning solutions such as bleach, anti-bacteria treatment or descaler, which could be used to clean the cabinet, are not sprayed or applied to the chassis assembly. These solutions can cause serious electrical malfunction of the humidifier.

INTRODUCTION Your Essick Air evaporative humidifier adds invisible moisture to your home by moving dry inlet air through a saturated wick. As air moves through the wick, the water evaporates into the air, leaving behind any white dust, minerals, or dissolved and suspended solids. Because the water is evaporated, there is just clean and invisible moist air. As the evaporative wick traps accumulated minerals from the water, its ability to absorb and evaporate water decreases. We recommend changing the wick at the beginning of every season. In hard water areas, more frequent replacement may be necessary to maintain your humidifier’s efficiency. Use only Essick Air brand replacement wicks and chemicals. To order parts, wicks and chemicals call 1-800-547-3888. The 800 Series humidifiers use Essick Air wick # 1043. Only the Essick Air evaporative wick guarantees the certified output of your humidifier. Use of wicks other than Essick Air brand will void your warranty as well as the certification of output and may reduce the output of your humidifier.




Dry air is drawn into the humidifier though the back and moisturized as it passes through the evaporative wick. It is then fanned out into the room.

1. Water reservoir 2. Chassis/power pack (motor/fan assembly) 3. Evaporative wick 4. Dry air intake 5. Moist air output

CAUTION: Do NOT position the unit directly in front of a hot air duct or radiator. Do NOT place on soft carpet.


Unpack humidifier from carton.


Remove all packaging materials. Check to see that you have all of the following items removed from the boxes accessory kit and cabinet before discarding the packaging:

♦ Evaporative wick

♦ Caster kit

♦ Lift rod assembly with Styrofoam float CASTERS 3.


Turn the emptied cabinet upside down. Insert each caster stem into the four caster holes on each corner of the humidifier bottom. The casters should fit snugly and be inserted until the stem shoulder reaches the cabinet surface. Turn the cabinet right side up.


Replace the float assembly and attached lift rod into the boxed area on the bottom of the inside of the cabinet. Slip lift rod into retainer ring and twist to secure. The lift rod should be able to freely move up and down about