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Kenmore 12 gal. Humidifier

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  • Actual humidity displayed in 1% increments
  • Advanced automatic dry-out mode promotes cleaner operation, eliminates stagnant water
  • Service filter indicator ensures humidifier is operating efficiently
  • Treated filter is mold/mildew resistant
  • Press keys to security lock the digital controls
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 17.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001UFK9WI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,358 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Humidifier with an 12 gallon output over a 24 hour period. Suitable for an area up to 2500 sq. ft., based on an 8 ft. ceiling height. Digital LED display of target and actual humidity readouts. Target humidity can be selected in increments of 5% from 20 - 65%. The unit will cycle on and off as require to meet the selected humidity level. The 15412 (12 gallon console humidifier) has a double fill system. There are two reservoirs (i.e. a bottle and the base). The base capacity is 2 gallons and the bottle capacity is 1.9 gallons. The total reservoir capacity (i.e. the base plus the bottle) is 3.9 gallons.

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Customer Reviews

When I called the salesman he said it shouldn't do that.
The base of the unit was apparently not properly formed and a portion was non existent, water poured out on the first tank fill.
Avid Scifi reader
Purchased this in the spring and did not use it until about a week ago.
Annetta Ashbrook

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By R. W. Milyard on October 13, 2011
I have been running one of these for over 5 years now and have never had a problem with it.
It is on casters, so is easy to move. It has automatic settings so you can set the room for 25% and up.
The wicks are not that expensive and can be purchased from many suppliers and come folded up so you
have to unfold them and form a circle to fit in the obvious plastic standards that form a circle.
The lower tank and side tank hold around 4 gallons of water, and will put out 12 gallons in a 24 hour period
if set on high which I have never had to do and set it on the lowest (25%) setting. Argo, the lower the setting,
the less you have to refill the side tank.
A word of advice on all humidifiers:
Add vinegar to the mix every other or every third time to cut down on the lime build up. I do this with all my humidifiers and my large whole house evaporative cooler which is basically the same thing. This way I only have to
replace wicks/pads once a year; the swamp cooler pads in summer, and the wicks in winter.
I have tried the no mold additives, and to tell you the truth, nothing works better than good old white vinegar, just like Mom used to say.
Oh yea, one more thing, Go to the Sears web sight to buy the unit, you will save at least $20.00 on the purchase, even with tax.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By KC Man on December 16, 2012
I purchased this at Sears and it was $139.95 not the $199.95 from this vendor, how can you justify a $60 price difference?? The first purchase just didn't work, I spent an afternoon trying to make it work an then returned it to Sears. The exchanged one had exactly the same problem, part of the LED was lighted but the functions did not work. I figured I could not be making the same mistake twice, so I took of the top part off and checked the electronics. (There is no surgery to be done here, this part is removable as part of the unit). I found that a wiring harness had not been connected, it could not have come loose during transportation because the wires were tightly placed and immovable and the connector had a snap lock on it. With some difficulty I snapped the connecters together and the humidifier now works like a charm. I am amazed that two units could be manufactured with same mistake!! It is nothing but a manufacturing error, quality control must be nonexistent.

Aside from this major problem, the unit is now functioning well. It has increased the humidity from 24% to 37% in a 1,800 sq. ft. home. I will update this review further down the line.

Update: The unit works fine but it will go through filters about every month, at least here in the desert. Hard water will make them stiff as a board so when "CF", change filter appears on the readout, do it right away as humidifier performance will drop quickly . I run mine at full capacity & fan, you will probably get longer life on the filter if you keep the fan lower and the humidity output lower. They have these at Sears for $12, they seem to have different manufactures but they are all the same. Any one will do.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Innocent Bystander on November 8, 2013
How it happened... a new guitar joined the household and it came with strong recommendations on humidity levels to keep in the house to insure the longevity of the wood. So... first was the purchase of small pocket size temp and humidity gauge. The discovery! the humidity in the house was 35% on a good day. A quick search of consumer reports... a dash to a local department store... an poof in just a few hours the 1800 square foot house had 50% humidity. That's right, it does the whole house. It is quiet enough to have in the living room, near the furnace intake air vent. It is easy to maintain, at least I think so. The guitar loves it. The plants are happy and as an extra bonus my sinuses have finally returned to normal to my delight and the amazement of my doctor. I would never have suspected that the dry heating system was the problem.

We add the anti-bacteria at each fill just to keep the system clean. Change the filter twice in a year. Run it both winter and summer. That's right, summer too.
Ask a librarian what the humidity level is in a library. Notice how cool and comfortable the whole library is... yep... it makes a difference for the books and the people! You just set the level of humidity you want and the system automatically maintains it. We run it all day and all night. It is easy to live with.

I would not have believed the unit would be able to even out the humidity in the whole house. There was no way to retrofit a humidifier into our furnace/AC system and when we get an upgrade... I think we will stay with the Kenmore unit. The cost of adding the plumbing to the system doesn't make dollar sense when we know this works so well.

Its coming up on winter... this could make a difference.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Eric Buras on March 2, 2014
First of all, I'm not a terrible fan of Sears considering how cheap their junk is made these days, but... My delimna is that my bedroom is around 400 sq feet give or take including the two closets. The ajoining bathroom adds considerable more. However, the killer is my ceiling is at least 14 feet in some places, way more than those little Vicks 1 gallon humidifiers can handle. hint, hint, hint. So after fussing for a day with one of those, well two, I returned them and bought this beast. I have moderately hard water, so I use the Goldon Solution Combination Water Treatment and Bacteriostatic #246 (also available at Sears). Just a few capfuls per two gallon tank refill seems to do the trick. It keeps down the smell and scale deposits. If you're familiar with a swamp cooler (aka, evaporative cooler), this is the same thing, except this runs indoors, sucking dry air and blowing out slightly cooler (about a degree less) moist air. This one is rated at 2500 sq feet (assuming a normal 8 foot ceiling). It works pretty good. I've had it for two weeks now and use it daily. I run it every night in the bedroom with the doors shut (and the room heater running) and every weekend it runs during the day somewhere in the house. My house is around 3000 including the basement. I keep this near a cold air return on the top floor. It seems to keep the top floor around 40% and the main floor (opposite side of house around 35%). Haven't measured the basement lately, but we do keep that door open when we're down there playing on the computer. I have seen that around 30% when this is running. Otherwise, the house was averaging between 16%-25% before this thing arrived. So you can tell that it works. On an average night, it goes through 2 gallons of water.Read more ›
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