Sears KEMORE 758.144533 User's Manual

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owner's
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Model No.
758.144533
13 Gallon
COMFOR
FOR YOUR
S_AFETY
READ ALL
INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY
WHOLE HOUSE
HUMIDIFIER
13 Gallon Output
Innovative Twin Fan
Technology
• Operating Instructions
• Parts List
Sears, Roebuck
Part No. SP6167
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
U.S.A.
Printed in Canada
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON HUMIDIFIER
If within one (1) year from the date of purchase, this humidifier fails due to
a defect in material or wQrkmanship,
Sears will repair it, free of charge. If
within two (2) years from the date of purchase, the motor fails due to
defect in material or workmanship,
Sears will repair it free of charge.
This warranty service is available by simply returning
nearest Sears Service Center/Department
throughout
This warranty
applies
only while this product
the humidifier to the
the United States.
is used in the United States.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck
and Co., 13/8t7 WA, Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Signal Words
DANGER: means if the safety information
is not followed someone will be seriously
injured or killed.
WARNING: means if the safety information is not followed someone could be
seriously injured or killed.
CAUTION:
means if the safety informa-
humidifier
is not in service.
4. Keep the humidifier
clean.
5. Do not put foreign objects
humidifier.
inside the
6. Never use your humidifier while any pa_
is missing or damaged in any rnanne_,_
7. To reduce the risk of electrical h_zard
....... 0_:damage,.t_.humidiSer._._ot.t_,
ij_l_:?
tion is not followed someone may be serior tip humidifier while unit is running,i, i
ously injured.
_ _-8:'To"reduce'the'risk" of'datl"Pa_'tO
1. To reducethe risk offire or shock hazard,
humidifier,unpluQ
humidifier, wher_',:f
plug humidifier directly into a 120V, A.C. "........ w'_a'fE_se"-"_olrs
ar"_"_"_=_.my_,_'r,"when
"
electrical outlet. Do not use extension
the humidif._,L_J_t,i_'il_v_. _-_] -,,-.-..,_-.
9. To reduce the risk of accidental el_ctri,
cords.
...... -cal_shock';,'do'notloucITt_d
or '
2. Keep the electric cord out of traffic
areas. To reduce the risk of fire hazcontrols with wet hands.
_ ,_ ,"_
ard, never put the electric cord under
rugs, near heat registers, radiators,
stoves or heaters.
3. Always unplug the humidifier before
moving it, removing the housing section, before cleaning, or whenever the
10. Note the warning label shown below
..---and
on-the humidifier: .............
•
WARNING: To reduce the risk of firs,
electric shock, or injury always unplug
before filling, servicing or cleaning.
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Table'of Contents
Warranty Information .............................
2
General Safety Instructions ................... 2
To Save a Service Call ...........................
2
Know Your Humidifier ............................
3
Humidifier Operations ............................
4
Assembly ...............................................
4
Location Instructions ...........................
4-5
Electrical Hook-Up .................................
5
Water Fill ............................................
5-6
Operating Humidifier Controls ............... 7
Using Your Humidifier ............................
8
Operating Tips for Best Performance....
8
Replacement and Care of Filters ...... 9-10
Cleaning of Humidifier ................... 11-12
Trouble Shooting ..................................
13
Repair Parts ...................................
14-15
To Save a Service Call
Check following if your humidifier will not
operate_
1. Is power cord attached to outlet?
2. Is there electrical power to outlet?
3. Is airflow control in operating position?
4. Is humidity
control set high enough?
5. Is the cabinet setting on a level surface?
Know Your Humidifier
Operating
Light
Controls
Bottles
Fill Light
Filter
Support
Filters
Replacement
Filter 42-t4911
Control
Description
Gallon Output/24 Hrs.
Capacity of Bottles
Sq. Ft. Coverage
Run Time
Fan Speeds
Filters
Fill Light
Water Level Indicator
Auto Humidistat
Controls
Operating Light
U.L Listed
AHAM Certified
Volts
Hertz
Amps
Watts
Panel Cover & Pivoting
Removed for Clarity
758.144533
13
2-3/8 Gallons
2700
48 Hours
Variable
4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Rotary
Yes
Yes
Yes
120 A.C.
60
2.88
165
Each
Lid
Humidifier
Operations
Your new Sears humidifier is designed to
satisfy home humidity requirements
through the principle of evaporation of
water into the air.
Humidified Air is
Then Released
Through the Top
After water is added to the bottles, the filters begin to soak up the water and
become totally saturated in approximately 30 minutes. Air is drawn in from
the rear of the humidifier, then passes
through the filters by means of two circulation fans. As air passes through the filters, moisture is absorbed into the air and
then released through the top of the
humidifier. This moist air is released in the
Dry Air Enters ..:_-;_ --:..".
Through the
Rear
form of vapor. No water droplets will enter
the home. All evaporation into the air
takes place in the humidifier, which
means that the residue left by evaporating
water is not passed into the home, but
remains in the filter.
CAUTION: .Keep your humidifier
clean. While humidifiers do not cause
colds, some studies suggest that
dirty humidifiers can cause cold-like
symptoms in some people. To reduce
the risk of this, we recommend
you
clean your humidifier weekly with
Humidifier Cleaner 42-14713 and use
Bacteriostat 42-14900. These are
available at your local Sears store.
CAUTION: Use only 42-14900 EPA
Registered Bacteriostat available
from SEARS Retail store. Under no
circumstances
should you use water
treatment products designed for
Roto belt or Ultrasonic humidifiers.
Assembly
Your new Sears Kenmore
humidifier
is
instructions
completely assembled for you to use.
Remove the packaging material from
inside your humidifier and follow the
of this owner's
manual for
proper usage. The packaging material is
located under the fan assembly. Remove
the packaging material and discard.
Location Instructions
WARNING:
For your own safety, do
not use humidifier if any parts are
damaged or missing.
Step I
Place humidifier
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cabinet) may not sense the water and the
fill light will be on and the unit will not
energize, if this happens, the unit will
need to be leveled in order for the humidifier to be energized.
on a fiat level _urface in
NOTE: It may be necessary to purchase
leveling coasters from your local hardware
store. The coasters should be positioned
under the front two casters of the humidifier.
area of house where most humidity is
needed, or one which would likely result in
moist air being circulated throughout the
house such as near a cold air return.
P.lacing the unit level is very important if
the humidifier is located on carpeting.
Moist air (humidity) produced will disperse
into the whole house, but area closest to
unit will have the highest humidity. If the
unit is positioned close to a window, condensation may form on the window pane.
If this is not appropriate the unit should be
repositioned in another location.
NOTE: The 13 gallon humidifier contains
water bottles, the weight of the bottles in
the front of the cabinet may sink the casters deeper in the carpet. This will keep
the wate_evel forward in the cabinet. The
water level float (located at the rear of the
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Location Instructions
NOTE:
Due to release
(continued)
of cool, moist air
At Least
2" From Wall
from humidifier, it is best to direct air away
from home thermostat and hot air registers. It is best to position humidifier next to
an inside wall. Hot air registers and cold
air from outside walls can affect the efficiencies
of the controls.
Unit should
not
be placed where warm air from a hot air
register blows directly on unit.
Step 2
The humidifier should be positioned with
the back (cord exit side), at least 2 inches
away from the wall. Air needs to enter
through louvers in the rear panel in order
for the humidifier to operate at peak efficiency.
Electrical Hook-Up
Locate nearest
120V A.C. wall socket in
the location desired,
preferably
wall. Plug in the electrical
or shock hazard,
I
on inside
cord.
humidifier
should
be plugged into a 120V A.C. outlet.
ARNING: To reduce the risk of fire
Do not use extension cords.
Water Fill
WARNING:
To reduce
the risk Of
shock, always unplug humidifier
before filling, cleaning, or servicing.
Pivoting Lid Removed for Clarity
W'A]_I_ING: To reduce the risk of fire
or shock hazard, do not_pour or spill
water into control or motor area.
Close the control cover. If controls
get wet, let them dry completely and
have unit checked by authorized
service
in.
personnel
before plugging
This humidifier is designed to be used
with the two water bottles that are located
under the pivoting lid.
Op_the
pivoting lid of the humidifier.
Remove the water bottles, lift them
straight up and out of the cabinet.
5
Water Fill (continued)
Notice the water bottles are designed as
right and left hand units. Position them in
the correct location so the humidifier can
function properly. The water bottles
should rest in the front of the cabinet.
Each "E-Z-Fill Side-Cap" must be facing
the rear of the unit.
Rear of
Humidifier
Each water bottle is designed with an
"E-Z-Fill Side-Cap" that is easily removable. Remove the "E-Z-Fill Side-Cap" on
the side of the water bottle by twisting
counterclockwise.
"E-Z-Fill
Side-Cap" Should
Face Rear
Always
Turn Counterclockwise
to Remove
Place the opening of the water bottle under
a water faucet (the bottle should fit under a
four-inch clearance faucet). Fill with recommended mixture of cold water and Sears
Cap
' Valve
Cap Plunger
Bacteriostat #42-14900 only. Solid debris
could make the valve leak.
Install the "E-Z-Fill Side-Cap" by twisting
clockwise. Hand tighten only.
Check for possible
the following:
leaks by performing
1. Grasp bottle handle and hold the bottle
upright over a sink.
2. Press up on valve cap plunger for about
one second to let out a little water.
3. Release the plunger.
4. Listen for air bubbles. Look for leaks
around =E-Z-Fill Side-Cap".
5. If you _ear air bubbles or see leaks,
retighten "E-Z-Fill Side-Cap" and repeat
steps 1-4.
Wipe off excess water from the bottle.
Position the water bottle back into the unit.
Pivoting
Grasp the water bottle handle, and lower
into the cabinet until the bottle sits on
Lid Removed
)
/
for Clari_
pads at bottom of cabinet. The "E-Z-Fill
Side-Cap" must be facing the rear of the
cabinet. When positioned properly, the
plunger will open and water will flow into
the cabinet. The water level will automati-
°
cally re_
at approximately 1/2" until
the bottles are empty.
The unit is now ready for operation.
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Operating Humidifier
Controls
The operating controls of your Kenmore
Quiet Comfort Whole House humidifier are
located on the top center of the humidifier.
The controls are found under the smoked
Fan Control
Your Kenmore Quiet Comfort Whole
House humidifier allows a choice to be
made for single or dual fan control. The
slide switch allows one or two fans to be
cover, located between the air circulating
fans. Lift the control cover by placing your
used. Slide the switch to the "1" position
to operate one fan and the "2° position to
finger in the round cutout and lifting. The
cover will stay open. Now you can clearly
see the control area. Familiarize yourself
with the controls and reference the dia-
operate both fans.
The benefits of two fans and two control
gram of the control area for the correct
naming used in this manual.
settings to the customer are summed up
in the name, "QUIET COMFORT WHOLE
HOUSE HUMIDIFIER". The "FAN" slide
To Operate the Controls
switch, positioned in the #1 position will
Humidity Control:
operate the humidifier with one fan only in
any speed position and provides reduced
output at a lower noise level. The "FAN"
Adjust the amount of humidity depending
on your needs. The humidifier will turn on
and off as required to maintain level of
humidity selected. MEDIUM setting is recommended, but there are times when low
slide switch positioned in the #2 setting
will operate the humidifier with both fans
and provides greater output than the sin-
or high amount of humidity may be preferred. For constant operation of humiditier, MAX allows for the maximum amount
gle fan settings. Maximum output is provided by the humidifier in the #2 position
with the speed control set at high. This
allows an infinite number of fan/speed set-
of humidity to be evaporated
continuously.
tings, to determine the noise level and
out _ut level that best suits you.
IMPORTANT:
condensation
Water damage may result if
starts to form on windows
or walls. Humidity
be lowered
forms.
Power
into the air
QuietComfort13
Control setting should
until condensation
no longer
HUMIDITYM_
Light
MAX
When the unit is turned on, the power light
will come on. It will stay on until the unit is
turned off or unplugged.
OFF
Fill 't:i lht
When the unit has a small amount
SPEED
of
water left in it, the fill light will come on
and the unit will automatically
shut off.
Speed
LOW
Control
The unit is adjusted from "OFF" to high to
low with a variable speed control.
The higher the air flow speed, the more
water is evaporated and released into the
air. Low speed is the quietest and is provided for conditions that may not require
as.l_jh
POWER
FANS
an evaporation rate.
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Using Your Humidifier
Step 1
Step 5
Be sure unit is full of water and plugged
in.
If humidifier stops running, the humidity
level is at the normal requirements for that
setting or it is adjusting to the home condi-
Step 2
Set the Fan selection switch to "2". This
tions. The table below shows approximate
relative humidity percentages which correspond to the various settings of the
Humidity Control.
will allow both fans to operate if the humidistat senses humidity is needed.
Step 3
When Outdoor
Temperature is:
Recommended
Indoor Relative
Humidity is:
-10°F
0°F
10°F
20°F & above
20%
25%
30%
35%
Set speed control to low.
Step 4
Set Humidity Control to medium position.
NOTE: Humidifier should operate with
humidity control on the recommended
MEDIUM setting. If it does not, the humidity
is at a relatively high level. To test the unit
under this condition, turn Humidity Control
all the way to MAX and unit should begin to
operate. After unit has been tested, set
Humidity Control to MEDIUM or desired
level.
Allow 24 hours for humidifier to adjust.
If humidity level in home is sufficient, the
HUMIDITY
humidifier will only operate with Humidity
Control set on maximum.
IMPORTANT:
condensation
MIN
Water damage may result if
starts to form on windows
or walls. Humidity
MAX
Control setting should
be lowered until condensation
forms.
Operating
no longer
Tips for Best Performance
1. Position the humidifier at least 2 inches
from-a_y_vall
registers.
4. Regular cleaning as instructed in
"Cleaning of Humidifier" section of this
manual is recommended.
and away from any heat
2. Do not restrict airflow from entering or
exiting the humidifier.
3. Use Sears recommended
bacteriostat
5. Replacement of the evaporative wicking
filter at least once per humidification
season or more depending on water
conditions in your area.
42-14900 to retard bacteria growth that
may cause odors and may be harmful to
your health.
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Replacement and Care of Filters
shock
or injury
from
moving
parts, always unplug humidifier
before removing
or replacing
J WARNING:
To reduce
the risk any
of
parts.
CAUTION:
To help retard bacteria
growth and keep
ciency, the filters
replaced at least
more often under
tions. Use Sears
replacement
maximum effishould be
once a season, or
hard water condirecommended
filter.
All filters may be rinsed in clear water
only. Take care not to damage paper.
To replace the evaporative wicking filters
in your Kenmore Quiet Comfort Whole
House humidifier, follow the instructions
below.
1.
Unplug humidifier, and proceed to
clean. Before removing the filters, we
recommend moving the humidifier to
an area where floor coverings are not
susceptible to water damage, i.e.
kitchen or bath areas.
2.
Open the pivoting
lid and remove
water bottles and set aside. Grasp the
fan assembly front center and rear
center. Lift off and set aside on a clean
fiat surface. The filter assemblies are
now accessible..
3.
Lift filter housings out of cabinet and
place where you may work on them
comfortably. With a soft, absorbent
Spring
Tabs
clo_ remove any remaining water or
loose mineral deposits not trapped in
the filter from the humidifier cabinet.
4.
To open filter housing for easy access
to filters:
a. Deflect the two spring tabs on top
of filter housing. Lift top cover off of
the filter housing and set aside.
b. Remove the two filters and dispose
of properly. Clean internal parts of
humidifier per the "Cleaning of
Humidifier" section of your owner's
manual.
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Replacement
and Care of Filters (continued)
c. Install new tilters in the tilter hous-
Fixed
Tabs
ing track with the glue beads of the
wicking pad to the inside of the filter
Spring
Tabs
housing.
d. Return the top cover of the filter
housing by installing the cover over
the fixed tabs on the rear of the
Filter
lower tilter housing and pivoting the
cover down over the top of the filters. Snap the cover over the two
spring tabs.
e. Replace the tilter housing in the
cabinet. Note: There is a left and a
right tilter housing. There is also a
front and back orientation. To position the filter housings correctly:
• Make sure the two indents
Rear of
Front of
Humidifier
in the
cylinder section of the top covers
are positioned towards the center
of the cabinet.
• Be sure that the spring tabs of filter housings
cabinet.
are towards
front of
Top
Cover
Indents
Towards Center
Cabinet
• Align the lower portion of the filter
assembly over the six ribs located
at the bottom rear of the humiditier cabinet.
fo Position fan assembly onto the cabinet. Make sure the fan venturi (lowest cylinder section below the fan)
is placed inside the tilter housing.
g. Replace water bottles.
h. Close the pivoting lid on the fan
assembly.
Flat Portion of Filter Housing
Towards Back of Cabinet
i. The unit is ready for use or to be
"stored away for next season.
NOTE: For correct operation of the filter
housing
assembly, tilters n_ust be fully
contained
cover.
inside
the
flange
of the
top
Indents Toward Center
of Cabinet
Step 4.e.
1o
Cleaning of Humidifier
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of
Step 2
injury, fire or damage to humidifier,
use only cleaners specifically recommended
for humidifiers. Never
To Remove
a. Raise pivoting lid, remove the fan
assembly which contains the motors
and fans, and set aside. (See Repair
Parts list.)
use flammable,
combustible or poisonous materials to clean your
humidifier. To reduce the risk of
b. Remove the water bottles from the cab-
scalds and damage to humidifier,
never put hot water in humidifier.
inet and remove the filter housings (see
"Repair Parts" list for identification).
CAUTION: Local water purity may
vary from area to area and under cer-
c. Lift the filter housing assemblies out of
the cabinet and set to the side. Before
removing the internal parts of the
humidifier cabinet, we recommend
moving the humidifier to an area where
floor coverings are not susceptible to
water damage, i.e., kitchen or bath
area.
tain conditions water impurities and
airborne bacteria may promote the
growth of microorganisms
in the reservoir of a humidifier.
To retard bacteria
growth that may
cause odors and be harmful to your
health, use only Sears replacement
filters. We also recommend using a
EPA approved bacteriostat, 42-14900
and humidifier cleaner 42-14713,
available
d. Remove the water level float from the
humidifier cabinet. The cabinet should
be empty and the water reservoir is
ready for cleaning. The water reservoir
consists of the lower areas of the
humidifier cabinet where the float filters
are during normal operation time.
at your local Sears store.
NOTE: If it is necessary to use approved
bacteriostat, follow the directions correctly.
The bottles of the whole house humidifier
will hold 2-3/8 gallons
e. Empty Cabinet.
f. Proceed to °Bi-Weekly Maintenance"
"End of Season Maintenance".
of water each.
or
g. Remove old filters and dispose of properly. Continue to clean cabinet and
internal parts as described on next
page.
Step 1
To make cleaning easier, the water reservoir should be empty and completely
dried out. To accomplish this, use the following method:
Step 3
Install new filters (purchase the correct
evaporative wicking filter pads 42-14911
for your humidifier) into the location where
the old filters were positioned. Install the
a. Allow the humidifier to run until the
autor0_atic shutoff turns the humidifier
"OFF".
filter housings with the new filters into the
b. Unplug humidifier
WARNING: If humidifier is not
unplugged, fan could start after
housing is removed.
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c. Follow instructions in step 2 below "To
Remove Pads".
correct location. Position the fan assembly
on top of the cabinet and return the
humidifier to the desired location for use.
Refill humidifier
bottles with fresh cool
water and return them to the cabinet. Plug
the unit into a 120 volt A.C. power outlet
and set the controls per the "Operating
Humidifier Controls" section of this manual.
d. After removing the parts, dry out the
bottom of the humidifier cabinet.
e. Proceed to "Bi-Weekly Maintenance"
"End_of Season Maintenance".
Parts
or
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Cleaning of Humidifier
(continued)
Bi-Weekly
2. Empty water reservoir after 20 minutes.
Rinse with water until bleach smell is
Removing
Maintenance
Scale
gone. Allow unit to dry out completely.
1. Fill the water reservoir with one 8 oz.
3. Water bottles should be cleaned in
cup of undiluted white vinegar. Let solution stay 20 minutes.
same manner.
End of Season Maintenance
2. Clean all interior surfaces with soft
brush. Dampen soft cloth with undiluted
white vinegar and wipe out the water
reservoir to remove scale.
least one week or more.
3. Rinse thoroughly with clean warm
water to remove scale and cleaning
2. Remove and throw away filters.
solution before disinfecting the water
reservoir.
4. Dust the fan assembly and outside surfaces with a soft cloth only.
Disinfecting
Water
1, Follow bi-weekly maintenance instructions at end of humidification season or
when humidifier will not be used for at
3. Let humidifier dry completely before
storing. Do not store with water inside
cabinet or water bottles.
4. Store in cool, dry location.
5. Install new filters in clean humidifier
Reservoir
before next season begins.
and Base
1. Fill water reservoir with 1 teaspoon
chlorine bleach in 1 gallon water. Let
solution stay 20 minutes, swishing
every few minutes. Wet all surfaces
mally exposed
nor-
to water.
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Troubleshooting
Trouble
Unit will not run.
Unit will not shut off.
Unit will not dry out
completely
Probable
Cause
Remedy
• Humidity level is too high
• No power
• Raise humidistat setting
• Check 120 volt power source
• Float is not free
• Free float from obstruction
• Water is present in the
• This is normal. A small
amount of water remains in
system
the cabinet.
• High humidity or low
• Allow unit to continue
tion.
temperature
resulting in
slow evaporation
I Bottles continue to
empty.
• Air is entering water reservoirs.
opera-
• Check "E-Z-Fill Side-Caps" to
ensure tightness.
• Check for leak in water bottles.
• Are gaskets for "E-Z-Fill SideCaps" in place (see repair
parts list).
Unit is not emptying.
• Dirty filter
• Change to a fresh new filter.
• Check orientation of bottle.
• Reservoir cap plunger
missing post in bottom of
cabinet.
Unit runs and shuts
! • Humidity
off before bottles are
empty
Reposition
cap plunger is depressed
post in bottom of cabinet.
level is too high
• Raise humidistat
possible)
• Unit is not setup on a level
surface (Float will not
sense water at the rear of
the cabinet.
so that reservoir
• Position
by
setting (if
unit level (Some car-
pet padding may allow unit to
set lower in the front than the
rear with the additional weight
of water bottles in the front of
the cabinet. Install coasters
under front casters.
CAUTION: Use only 42-14900
Sears Retail store.
EPA Registered
Use of other water treatment
products
Bactedostat
available
from
may damage the filter elements.
Under no circumstances
should you use water treatment
for Roto belt or Ultrasonic humidifiers.
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products
designed
,lb.
Parts List For Sears Humidifiers Model No. 758.144533
Key
No.
ol
t;
Part No.
1
823884
Cover Dust
2
3
823730
823724-1
4
5
826544-1
824117-1
Lid Stationary
Lid Pivoting
Knob
6
7
8
826546
826400
823910
9
10
824691-2
825858
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
13805-02
823728
826401
824101-1
823712
824690
824689
824688
19
20
819024
826011
*Standard
Hardware
Key
No,
Ddscription
Part No.
;0
Description
21
22
822419-2
819026
23
24
25
819027
823710-2
823726
26
27
28
STD601107
822120
823849
29
30
31
32
42-14911
823977
825918
823735
"E-Z-Fill Side-Cap"
Bottle Left
33
34
35
36
37
822405-7
822406-1
816069-2
822405-5
823714
Support Filter Upper L.H.
Bottle Right
Seal Valve
38
--
825919
SP6167
Cord w/Plug
Owners Manual (Not Illustrated)
Cap
Label Control
Cover Control
Switch Slide
Switch Variable Speed w/Off
Light
Humidistat
Switch Micro
Enclosure Electronics
Retainer Float
Float Water Level
Cap
Spring Valve
Stem Valve
Cabinet
Rail Kick
* Scr, Pan Hd. Ty "AB" 10 x 3/4
Caster Twin Wheel
,
Support Filter Lower
t Filter Evaporative
Support Filter Upper R.H.
Gasket Foam "D"
Support Motor
Motor
Fan
Scr Pan Hd "AB" #6 x 1-3/4
Motor
Seal Cap
Item - May be purchased
locally
t
Stock item - May be secured through
Department
of most SearF retail stores.
the Hardwan
Forthe repair or replacementpartsyou need
Call7 am - 7 pmo7 days a week
1-800-366-PART
(1-800-366-7278)
For in-homemajor brandrepairservice
(;all 24 hoursa day, 7 daysa week
1-800-4-REPAIR
(1-800-473-7247)
Forthe locationof a
Sears RepairService Centerin yourarea
Call 24 hoursa day, 7 daysa week
1-800-488-1222
For informationon purchasinga Sears
MaintenanceAgreementor to inquire
about an existingAgreement
Call 9 am - 5 pro, Monday-Saturday
1-800-827-6655
SEARS
America's Repair Specialists
The model
label.
number
will be found
When requesting
service
following
information:
• Product Type
• Part Number
on the
or ordering
parts,
Humidifier
always
identification
provide
the
• Model Number
• Part Description
© 19"_J_Emerson
Sears, Roebuck
Part No. SP6167
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
Form No SP6167
IL 60179
U.S.A.
Printed in Canada
6/98
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