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  • Fix an Air-O-Swiss AOS 7144 Humidifier (no mist problem)

    I ,too, suddenly have no mist. Model 7135 is 4 years old (date stamp inside is Sept 2012) and we have used for about that long.Suddenly noticed that I can feel air coming out of the spout, the controls work (can heat the air) but very faint. No mist. The humidified formerly produced mist that soaked anything too close.I keep clean with EZCal and I have a separate small silver thing in the water reservoir to also prevent bacteria from growing. No build up, no gunk anywhere Water in the water tank vibrating when the device is turned on but not moving.Water seems to flow through the filter, I hear the glug slug when I fill. Taking water tank off base I see water in the baseOpened the bottom and amazingly clean, no cracked anything , the flywheel inside turns (someone elsewhere has posted ...see more »I ,too, suddenly have no mist. Model 7135 is 4 years old (date stamp inside is Sept 2012) and we have used for about that long.Suddenly noticed that I can feel air coming out of the spout, the controls work (can heat the air) but very faint. No mist. The humidified formerly produced mist that soaked anything too close.I keep clean with EZCal and I have a separate small silver thing in the water reservoir to also prevent bacteria from growing. No build up, no gunk anywhere Water in the water tank vibrating when the device is turned on but not moving.Water seems to flow through the filter, I hear the glug slug when I fill. Taking water tank off base I see water in the baseOpened the bottom and amazingly clean, no cracked anything , the flywheel inside turns (someone elsewhere has posted he had white gunk blocking the flywheel).parts are clean.I brushed off and closedAm replacing the filter granules. That is the only thing I can think of but cannot understand how a used filter would block mist. May have to purchase new, I fear, if fresh filter granules are not the answer

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