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TrueSTEAM 6-gallon humidifier w/ H8908 manual humidistat

SKU:HM506H8908

Brand: Honeywell

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Specs

Product Type: Humidifier w/Control
Width: 11-1/4"
Height (Inches): 9"
Color: Empire Gray
Length (Inches): 19"
Application: Air Quality
Mount: Duct or Remote (up to 20 FT)
Voltage:
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120v
Type: Steam
Capacity: 6 Gallons/day
Capacity (Gallons/day): 6
Control: H8908 manual humidistat
Temperature Range (F): 34°-104°F

Description for Honeywell HM506H8908

Features

  • Application flexibility - Mount directly to the duct or remotely up to 20 feet away into tight-fitting or unconditioned air spaces
  • Installs in minutes - Limited duct cutting and bracket-mount design takes less than 5 minutes to complete
  • Easy maintenance - Self-regulates cleaning cycles throughout the year. Annual maintenance requires no tools to access and clean, saving time and money on annual contractor service calls
  • 5-year warranty
Product Specifications
  • Description: TrueSTEAM with H8908 control
  • Application: Humidification
  • Type: Steam
  • Capacity: 6 gallons per day or 23 liters per day
  • Voltage: 120 Vac
  • Color: Empire Gray
  • Mounting: Duct or Remote Mount (up to 20 feet/6 meters)
  • Temperature Range: 34F-104F, or 1.1C-40C
  • Plenum Opening: 44.45 mm in diameter
  • Dimensions (in.): 19 in. H x 11 + in. W x 9 in. D
  • Dimensions (mm): 482.6 mm H x 285.75 mm L x 228.6 mm D
  • Includes: Duct template hardware, saddle valve, humidistat, drain supply water tubing, duct nozzle, mounting bracket, backflow valve

NOTE: Water filter (SKU: 50028044-001) is NOT included, although the Honeywell website states that one is included with this humidifier.

TrueSTEAM 6-gallon humidifier w/ H8908 manual humidistat

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HoneywellTrueSTEAM 9-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control
 
4.1

(based on 56 reviews)

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84%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Awesome if you do it right

Here's the deal. This product is basically a bucket with a huge electrode in the middle of it. The system fills the bucket with water and turns on the electrode. This creates steam...Read complete review

Here's the deal. This product is basically a bucket with a huge electrode in the middle of it. The system fills the bucket with water and turns on the electrode. This creates steam which is pumped into the air ducts. Other humidifiers work by passing air over a water soaked filter. The idea of not having to deal with a nasty filter but rather having steam injected into the air flow is amazing. Because this unit basically boils the water, it leaves behind all of the calcium and lime in the tank. It does try to flush the tank every so often to get rid of it but as we all know, hard water builds up on everything. Unless you have VERY soft water the system will eventually need a cleaning. When you follow the instructions you have do due a hard water test and then buy a filter product. The product comes with a hard water test kit that you use to tell how hard your water is. There are 3 levels and at each level Honeywell recommends a product to reduce the water hardness. I am telling you, you need a method to get rid of the calcium or lime in your water or this product will not work. As with everything, people try to do it as cheaply as possible and not buy a filter. Then the system doesn't work, even though Honeywell told you want you need and people complain that this is junk. Sure it sucks to have to buy another item but you'll need one for other products as well, unless you like chipping away the build up every so often. The part number you need is Honeywell 50045947-001. If you have really bad water pressure get 50045947-002 which comes with a pump. 50045947-001 runs about $178.

With that said, Honeywell advertises this as being able to be installed in 5 minutes. That is only true if you have: 1. a drain nearby, a dedicated 15 AMP circuit (this product draws 12 amps), and a water source. You also need spot on your HVAC outflow duct large enough to mount this on. I didn't have a dedicated 15 AMP line in so I put one in - easy enough but if you aren't good with electrical you'll have to hire someone to put a line in. This comes with a saddle value which allows you to tap onto an existing water pipe without having to call a plumber. It worked great. You can use this with any humidistat or thermostat that has a humidity control. I have the Honeywell Prestige thermostat and wanted to connect this to the system wirelessly. To do that I had to buy an additional Honeywell wireless adapter. The wireless adapter made it easy to wire up. Connect A to A, B to B, C to C, D to D and you're done.

The humidifier has a service light that blinks to tell you what's wrong. If you have the prestige thermostat the thermostat will tell you what is wrong. These two products work awesome together.

All in all my complete install was about $800-$900 (including reverse osmosis filter). Is that a lot of money? I guess, but I like the best. The reverse osmosis filter took 5 minutes to install. Would have been shorter but I had to mount it to concrete.

So if you want to be successful make sure you buy the Honeywell reverse osmosis system or you'll be sorry. Installers, quit selling this to people without also selling the reverse osmosis system.

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Nice idea, unreliable.

When the product worked, it did its job quietly. However, each year it was something else. Water sensor goes bad. Fill valve goes bad. Cleaning is really difficult, even with fairly...Read complete review

When the product worked, it did its job quietly. However, each year it was something else. Water sensor goes bad. Fill valve goes bad. Cleaning is really difficult, even with fairly clean water (I have city water).

Sorry, can't recommend. Don't make the same mistake I did.

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1.0

Terrible decision

By PA gramps

from Mifflinburg, PA

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

I had an earlier version of one of these installed less than 5 years ago and it was nothing but trouble. Parts failed, case cracked, and it never did work as advertised. I have two places in this house to record humidity, and both places never did show any increase in humidity, sometime as low as 10 percent. Now the company that installed tells me to disconnect and throw out. A very lousy product that did not live up to it's hype.

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1.0

Garbage

By Dave

from Wainscott. NY

Verified Buyer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

These humidifiers are bad. They leak, break down, need a lot of maintenance and replacement parts. Look into other brands that can do a better job. I have 4 in my house and they are a thorn in my side.
Check other reviews and they are all bad.

 
1.0

Leaks like a sieve

By 1222256

from Magnolia, OH

Verified Reviewer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

I replaced the whole house humidifier that I had in a hallway with this one hoping to get good humidity without having to fill it all the time. It does humidify but I lose 2 quarts of water a day to it leaking. I put clamps on every hose I could get to as well as the ones they give you clamps for and it still leaks. My electric bill went up also because the fan has to be on to distribute the moisture. I would not recommend this unit at all. I just bought another one to put in the hallway and will throw this one away.

 
4.0

Good Product

By markb105

from Divide, CO

Verified Buyer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

I am a DIY and installed this product myself. The install was straight forward and directions were well written.

 
5.0

I would buy this product again and again

By Pex buyer

from USA

Verified Buyer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

product has been working as expected.

 
5.0

Service by PexSupply.com

By Len

from Philadelphia PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

I think that Honeywell designed this unit to satisfy any houmowner's requirements. Very smard machine!
About PexSupply.com
I'm very gled that I celected this Co. For that I have a strong rearon. In January of 2010 I got a unit with 5-Year Lim. Warranty from Honeywell. In January 2014 the heating coil failed I called Honeywell and was told contact the distributer that I did. In 24 hours PexSypply shipped me a new unit,(during snow storm) This Company deserves high marks for outstanding service.

 
2.0

Did not last the length of its warrantee

By 3alarm

from Ann Arbor Michigan

Verified Buyer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

A few problems with this device, it simply gets too hot for itself and cooks itself. It burns a TON of watts as well.

Yes it puts humidiy in the air without having to run the burners in the furnace, but at a price.

I also heard from my HVAC installers that that have seen a lot of duct damage from these devices.

 
4.0

Works as expected

By Orange Shirt Guy

from Columbus, Ohio

Verified Buyer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 12-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

The steam humidifier was overall easy to install. Took the better part of a day as I had to run an electric line for the unit to plug into, and I chose to tee off the waterline instead of using the saddle valve. I also opted to connect and control directly to my Ecobee instead of the included humidistat. Overall the product works great and produces enough moisture for my 2,700 sf house with the ecobee frost control setting. House was about 20% before install and brought up to 35% in 24 hours. Took a week to stabilize as my house was very dry. Very quiet operation. Directions are a bit poor, but being technical I was able to work through the install.

 
1.0

UNRELIABLE - Tank & Level Sensor Failure

By TrueSteam Owner

from .Ca

Verified Reviewer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control:

PexSupply Seems to be a good company, this review does not reflect upon their reputation.

Installation Difficulty: Moderate skills required, wiring.

Function: OK when working

Reliability: Poor; Level sensor replaced twice, tank once, both parts because of cracking. Cracked tank leaks hot water. Search comments on web HVAC forums for more.

Honeywell warranty support: Honoured only if you paid a contractor to install it and to get your replacement parts for you. Service calls not covered.

Recommendation: Choose a different unit.

Thanks to PexSupply for the opportunity to provide feedback.

 
5.0

Good Product

By steve4226

from Montague, MI.

Verified Buyer

Comments about TrueSTEAM 6-gallon humidifier w/ H8908 manual humidistat:

After reading some older Honeywell recomendations I chose the 6 gallon unit. Now after reading the new new Honeywell sizing instructions I see that I should have gotten larger model. Prospective buyers should check this closly.

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  • TrueSTEAM 6-gallon with HumidiPRO Digital Humidity Control

    Q:

    We have a down flow heating and air system. I am assuming that the plenum probe is after the cooling coil and furnace burner. This would make the remote hose flow down hill. Is there a solution to this? And is there wiring details for tying into our fan?
    Asked on 7/12/2014 by Tom from Turlock, CA

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The hose installation for downflow is covered in this pdf manual:
      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&ei=VavCU7CRPIieyASn6oDwDg&url=http://www.ntsupply.com/files/products/HWremotemouninstallinso.pdf&cd=2&ved=0CB4QFjAB&usg=AFQjCNHO-L8MRaVOYSpaV8uPXype_VLvdQ&sig2=QnTi3SV4Yg22sFFerYaNKA
      Basicaly you need a drip T at the lowpoint, then the steam hose should
      slope up from there.
      Honeywell has great manuals on this unit that cover electrical,
      installation, filtering and testing water, and most if not all types of air
      handling systems.
      You can find them all on the Honeywell website. I read all of the manuals
      befor even purchasing my humidifier. Very happy with the unit and its
      performance. Minimal yearly maintenance when installed properly.
      Hope this helps!
      Dan

      Answered on 7/13/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, check honeywells website on how to install the remote kit with a downward slope on the remote hose. Essentially you put a "swag" in the remote hose causing a trap point for the condensate to pool at. This low point is drained to an actual trap then to a condensate pump or house sewer system following all applicable codes. Suggestion....if you use a condensate pump I recommend one for a condensing gas furnace. Not for handling the potential acids due to their should be none with the true steam but to handle the hot condensate from the condensed steam. I would also ensure all piping tubing etc was rated for a minimum of 180 deg farenheight and ensure none of your drain system is exsposed to temps at or below freezing without proper freeze protection. Hope this helps.
      Sent via the Samsung GALAXY S®4, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

      Answered on 7/14/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I can't answer your question about down flow, but there are details for wiring into your fan. Mine is wired so that when humidity is low, the fan comes on automatically, even if the heat is off. This was all laid out in the installation manual.
      Jon

      Answered on 7/12/2014 by Anonymous
  • TrueSTEAM 9-gallon humidifier with H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    How well will it work in a three story 2200square foot home?
    Asked on 1/11/2014 by newbie from Ontario Canada

    6 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      It works wonderfully in a 2400 sq ft, 2 story home. however, the heating element has gone bad in mine, after only 2 years.
      Sent from Windows Mail

      Answered on 1/18/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Will work fine, I'm using it in the approximately same setup.
      Make sure though that your house is properly sealed while if you have dry
      winter air seeping in at all times don't expect to have high humidity inside
      no matter what device you use.
      People are not aware how much air exchange (inside/outside) happens if you
      have "leaky" house.so you can put as much humidity in and it will be drawn
      back out before you can think twice.

      Answered on 1/12/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I installed this in a 3 story, 4200 sq ft Charlotte NC area home that was built in 2006, and it worked great.  I had 2 furnace/A/C units, and I installed this on my lower unit furnace only (as I'm sure you have noticed with your own 3-story home, heat rises, so the upper unit (if you have separate units) works a lot in the summer, but not much in the winter).  Just remember to change the water supply filter yearly, and clean the tank every month or two, depending on your water hardness.
      I'm buying another for my new house, once I figure out how to install it in a horizontally mounted furnace in a crawlspace.  Again, our upstairs unit doesn't run at all in the winter, and it got down to 9 degrees this week, so I'm only getting it for the lower unit.
      Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

      Answered on 1/11/2014 by Tom from Davidson NC
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      expensive, will work non stop( increase Your electric bill), costly maintenance. One i have - good quality, bacteria free humidity, some times not enough humidity in the house. Thanks

      Answered on 1/11/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The Trusteam calculator should help you, but it isn't as simple as "how
      well will it work in X square feet..."
      I have about 1600 square feet, and 9 gallons works great, but construction
      is somewhat to relatively tight, since I live in NE Wisconsin, keeping the
      humidity in fairly well.
      Your mileage may vary, and I mean significantly, based on weather,
      construction, air handling system etc. Even to the extent of needing two of
      these in some cases.
      Hope this helps.
      Dan

      Answered on 1/11/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Should do just fine.
      Sent via the Samsung GALAXY S®4, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

      Answered on 1/11/2014 by Anonymous
  • TrueSTEAM 9-gallon humidifier with H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    How do I make sense of the panel of lights on the front of the humidifier? In particular what should I learn from the fact that the fourth light from the top flashes red continuously, while the top light is permanently green and the bottom one permanently orange?
    Asked on 1/3/2014 by New User from State College PA United States

    3 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The top light being solid green is a good thing...so no worries there.
      The 4th light blinking is a trouble/fault indicator.  Per page 9 of the owners manual:
      "Call for Service LED is blinking --- TrueSTEAM has detected one of 15 system faults.
      • Press Reset button.
      • If fault persists, turn off power supply to the 
      humidifier, and turn back on.
      • If fault persists, call a professional HVAC contractor
      As for the bottom light, well, it should be blinking if the tank needs to be manually cleaned.  Perhaps reseting or removing and restoring power will fix that problem.
      Good luck,

      Answered on 1/3/2014 by Tom from Davidson NC
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The top light means it has power, the bottom orange one means it needs cleaning.  I don't recal what the fourth one flashing red means, probably something to do with the cleaning light on.
      Check your manual for a full explanation as well as how to clean the unit.
      Hope this helps.

      Answered on 1/3/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      fourth light from the top flashes red continuously = Service light unit
      needs attention (how serious is to be determined)!
      the top light is permanently green = Power connected
      the bottom one permanently orange = Cleaning required
      Your unit is most likely full of calcium deposits and requires draining and
      proper cleaning (decalcifying) as a first step.
      Depending on how long ago you did this and how "hard" your water is this
      might be very easy or very complicated (your heating element might be beyond
      salvation worst case scenario).
      Also have you installed RO or inline filter, that might require changing
      I would recommend professional help if you are not sure what to do on your
      own!
      Here is the link to the manual, read it and familiarize yourself with the
      operation and the steps required for maintenance of the unit.
      https://customer.honeywell.com/resources/techlit/TechLitDocuments/69-0000s/6
      9-2286EF.pdf

      Answered on 1/3/2014 by Anonymous
  • TrueSTEAM 9-gallon humidifier with H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    HI I HAVE TWO FURNACES.HOW BIG OF UNITS WOULD I NEED TO HUMIDIFY MY 2500 SQ FT HOME
    Asked on 5/23/2013 by gerry from lethbridge,alberta,canada

    5 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I would install one per furnace.

      Answered on 5/25/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      If you want one on each unit, than two 6 gallons should be more than
      enough. Honeywell recommends the 6 gallon for up to 2000 feet, 9
      gallon for up to 2500 feet and 12 gallon for up to 3000 feet. This
      assumes a tight house. I have a 6 gallon on a 2 ton heat pump
      servicing 2000 feet and a 9 gallon on a 3 ton heat pump servicing
      2500 feet. I have a tight house and I'm not having a problems
      keeping the humidity at my target.

      Answered on 5/23/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      My 9 gallon works fine for my 2400 square foot house. I guess you could put 2 6 gallon units in.
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 5/23/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Gerry,
      Two of the 9 - gallon units one for each furnace would be adequate
      for your home. Please note! Use a humidistat control and follow
      the manufacturer instructions.

      Answered on 5/23/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Honeywell has great information Ok their website to help size the
      humidifier. There are variables to consider not just square footage.

      Answered on 5/24/2013 by Anonymous
  • TrueSTEAM 9-gallon humidifier with H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    How do you know how many gallons you need to purchase...6, 9, or 12?
    Asked on 1/2/2012 by Bobbie from Shelby,NC

    3 answers

    • A:

      The size of the humidifier you need to purchase depends on the amount of space you have. If you are installing the humidifier into duct work as a whole house application, you should purchase an 8 gallon or lager model. A 6 gallon humidifier will treat a large room, while a 12 gallon humidifier will give better performance when treating a large area or whole house.

      Answered on 1/4/2012 by Anonymous from None
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      A:

      It is based mainly on the size and construction of your home. You may want to try our TrueSTEAM Calculator (see link below).

      http://www.pexsupply.com/pex/control/TrueSTEAMCalculator

      Answered on 1/3/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Use the Honeywell sizing guide and always upsize if in doubt or on the bubble.

      Answered on 1/27/2012 by Max from Philadelphia
  • TrueSTEAM 6-gallon humidifier w/ H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    I would like to have the option of having humidification with or without heat. Can this be accomplished with a manual humidistat or do I need to us one of your IAQ thermostats.
    Asked on 6/16/2011 by RCW from Indiana

    3 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      According to the manufacturer, you will need to use the VisionPRO IAQ and Installer Setup #374 to have the option of humidifying “only when the heat is on” or having the “call for humidity bring the fan on.” The manual humidistat will not have these options.

      Answered on 6/27/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      My blower comes on when when humidity is needed. Furnace does not need to be heating. I use the H8908 manual stat.
      FOR TrueSTEAM Fan Enforcement:
      • Break the G connection between the thermostat G and the HVAC system G
      — HVAC system G goes to TrueSTEA M Gf terminal.

      Answered on 12/19/2011 by MJ from Midwest USA
    • A:

      You can wire the unit to call for the fan, when it calls for humidity it will provide 24v to the green wire on your furnace. You will need to read the manual and set the dipp switches correctly and the green wire from your thermostat will run to the humidifier and then from the humidifier out to the furnace fan, This is how my unit is configured and it works great.

      Answered on 12/5/2012 by Mark from CO
  • TrueSTEAM 6-gallon humidifier w/ H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    Thank you for responding to my question of Jan.9/11, which was: "What is the optimum mounting position of the manual humidistat ? - on the hot air plenum or on the wall in the living area (perhaps next to the thermostat)? Please provide reasons for your answer."
    ----Pages 15 & 16 of the manual do not give the answer. Only the WIRING is detailed there. ---I am looking for the most appropriate physical location of the Honeywell MANUAL (MECHANICAL) HUMIDISTAT, (NOT THE HUMIDIFIER). The humidifier is mounted on the wall of a storage and utility area, where the duct (plenum) is located, which contains the heating unit, the cooling unit and the fan unit, as well as the humidifier hose entry.
    Please advise.
    Asked on 1/20/2011 by George from Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA

    4 answers

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      The manufacturer recommends that you place the humidistat on the living area wall, as this will be the easiest location for you to operate and adjust the humidistat.

      Answered on 1/31/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I mounted the humidistat next to the thermostat using two unused wires in the original bundle. I like having the temperature control and humidity control side by side. I will replace them both eventually by a single programmable control so the wiring is ready.
      Otherwise, the most convenient location is on the return air ductwork, just upstream of the humidifier. In this position, it will sense the average blended air returning from the home and control the humidifier on this basis. I didn't have that option on my furnace anyways.
      You don't want to put it on the hot air plenum as the humidity level selected will be wrong. Hot air is always dryer than once it cools down and the humidistat might be out of calibrated range at high temperature. I hope this helps. Good luck.

      Answered on 2/3/2011 by AlainBoston from Dorchester, MA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I want comfort in the room. I don't live in the ductwork. I don't want a ductwork reading. I want a room reading with room control so I prefer wall mount away from HVAC system. Either should work but readings will vary depending upon location.

      Answered on 3/23/2011 by Semperfi4647 from Oak Lawn, IL
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The best spot is next to the thermostat. You do not want to install it on the hot air plenum. You can install it on the cold air or return air plenum.

      Good Luck
      JoeHVACman

      Answered on 4/8/2011 by JoeHVACman from Chicago area, IL
  • TrueSTEAM 6-gallon humidifier w/ H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    Since this unit boils the water to get steam, all calcium and other minerals are left behind so how does the unit get rid of the deposits?
    Asked on 1/12/2011 by Curious from Oklahoma City, OK

    1 answer

  • TrueSTEAM 6-gallon humidifier w/ H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    What is the optimum mounting position of the manual humidistat ?
    - on the hot air plenum or on the wall in the living area (perhaps next to the thermostat)?
    Please provide reasons for your answer.
    Asked on 1/9/2011 by George from Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada

    1 answer

  • TrueSTEAM 9-gallon humidifier with H8908 manual humidistat

    Q:

    Does this include remote mounting kit? Your picture shows a hose and bracket but not the connection to the air duct.
    Asked on 12/30/2010 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      This unit includes a humidifier mounting bracket (Part #: 50020012-001). The connection to the air duct is found on the back of the unit (duct nozzle and gasket). Please refer to the following document as it lists all the components of this unit: http://s3.pexsupply.com/manuals/1294068914363/42960_PROD_FILE.pdf .

      Answered on 1/6/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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