Soooo.... ya I need help again. lol
Anyway... I had my humidifier error taken care of for a couple weeks by taping the tube along the back of the unit. This held the tubing still and therefore the error did not occur.
Then I was completely cleaning the unit and removed the tape. I also made a new tube suspension sling (cause I hang my tubing above my head so I can toss and turn without strangling myself.). The error came back! I woke up in the middle of the night to a rainforest flowing into my nostrils.
I think I have figured out the problem. I analyzed the pins and noticed that the first pin is much shorter than the other two. I have included a picture.
Can anyone tell me if this is the way your unit looks? This is a closeup pic of where the tubing connects to the humidifier. Three brass dots and three brass pins.
IF all the pins should be the same length, then my next question is...
Does anyone know how to access the back of this connection? There appears to be notches on each side for popping this panel out. It is worth it to me to risk popping this out than buy a new one. I like to tinker.
Any help is much appreciated. If you could unplug your tube and just take a peek at your connection pins on the humidifier and let me know if they are all the same length or not. Thanks so much.