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My furnace thermostat, like many units, also runs the humidifier based on a desired level I set. Older humidifiers may have a separate control (humidistat) mounted next to the furnace thermostat. In either case, the humidistat senses the humidity level and turns the unit on and off to maintain the desired level of moisture set by the user. My best guess is that the humidistat is malfunctioning and may need to be replaced. You would need to have that work done by a qualified technician. FYI, I replaced our original humidifier after about 15 years. The unit in the instructable was 11 years old when it broke down so investing in a new one may not be the worst idea. Let me know how you make out.
Sorry, but the answer is beyond my level of expertise.
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Another beautiful project. Well done!
True, but it would only guide one edge of the shoe which means the user could still drift off line. Also, it wouldn't have the benefit of the zero clearance cutting feature which I think is a big plus. If you use a zero clearance insert on your table saw you'll get the point.
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