Want new one - furnace humidifier Which?

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Old 06-08-18, 03:55 AM
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Want new one - furnace humidifier Which?

I have nursed this humidifire for over 30 years. Its been a great one- but drum pads are getting super scarce . Time for opinions and pictures of some that you may have. They word is..."Low maintenace" and cost!- please help me where you can, thanks for taking the time to answer this post

bob s in michigan
 
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Bob, try www.ontimemall.com or www.filtersfast.com or look at a Honeywell model HC12A1015 which fits many, many, humidifiers. I buy mine at Lowes or Home Depot
 

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I like Aprilaire unit. They require a drain as they use flowing water to keep the unit clean.
Let me know if that's the way you want to go.
 
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I always get back PJmax bout the longest time i ever took .They have pads at $15.00 i bet thats changed aay thanks pj We got a new grandson -- hes kept us on out toes going to email them Right now see if they still have them humidfier belts thanks a apoligise for not getting back to you . bob s
 
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