Model # SCM3609P-UM

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Sunbeam 3.23 gal. Cool Mist Console Humidifier
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Sunbeam

3.23 gal. Cool Mist Console Humidifier

$89.97 /each

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The Sunbeam Cool Mist Console Humidifier features the AccuSet digital humidistat to allow you to set and control the humidity level in your home. The 3.23 gal. tank provides up to 24 hours of run time and produces cool mist humidity to the entire house. Dual tanks help the humidifier run for extended periods of time. Provides cool mist humidity for the whole house.

  • 3.23 gal. tank provides a minimum of 24 hours of run time
  • Provides cool mist humidity for the whole house
  • AccuSet digital humidistat allows you to set the desired humidity level and customize it for comfort
  • Digital controls for easy use
  • Dual tanks help provide extended run time
  • Micro ban and arm and hammer are embedded for extra protection
  • 3.2 gal. tank capacity
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Were do i get replacement filters for this model?

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The box calls it a Type D filter. Sunbeam's customer service tells me it's also sold under their Holmes brand as part number HWF57CS. You can order it directly from them, or Amazon, and probably a few other places if you search for the part number. Home Depot sells a Sunbeam branded filter which is supposedly universal and looks like it might work, but doesn't list this humidifier in the compatibility Read More
The box calls it a Type D filter. Sunbeam's customer service tells me it's also sold under their Holmes brand as part number HWF57CS. You can order it directly from them, or Amazon, and probably a few other places if you search for the part number. Home Depot sells a Sunbeam branded filter which is supposedly universal and looks like it might work, but doesn't list this humidifier in the compatibility list. Be warned though, I've tried a filter of similar size but different brand, and for whatever reason the humidifier doesn't work in automatic mode with it, I'm not sure why. Read Less
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April 15, 2015
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You can purchase the replacement filter at http://thd.co/1J37F5a.
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Threads on the nozzle are stripped

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Works good except the threads on the bottom of the holding tanks which where the nozzle is in place are stripped from the cheap plastic that it attaches to. Used plumbers tape a couple time but still leaks. Both sides, left and right are stripped, If I have to buy those I would be better off just buying a different style and brand. No receipt, Had it about three to four years. Would Home Depot, where I bought it from swap it it out for a new one or something similar?
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No, due to the length of time this product has been owned and not having a receipt, this would prohibit you from returning this.
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3.23 gal. Cool Mist Console Humidifier is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 82.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The high points: 1. Economical 2. Three speed settings 3. Two Large water containers, sufficient... The high points: 1. Economical 2. Three speed settings 3. Two Large water containers, sufficient moisture for a large master room 24 hours capacity. The low points: 1. The water tank cap with gasket (it works like a valve) do not last more two winters. 2. It is relatively noisy, if you are a light sleeper - it is not for you. 3. The filter needs to be washed every week as it accumulates some sort of light pink/red mildew. Must replace the filter once in two months.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This winter, 2016-17, is the 2nd for this humidifier. For me, it was more confusing to set than ... This winter, 2016-17, is the 2nd for this humidifier. For me, it was more confusing to set than others the first time I set it up. The manual calls for cleaning more often than I do but it has not developed a smell or mildew if I only clean it once a week. I do add a humidifier water treatment and sometimes vinegar, both of which help keep the filter & tanks clean. It is currently set on 'M(anual) 1', 45%, and it's comfortable, cycling on/off a few times an hour. The fan is not particularly noisy, even 3 ft from where I usually sit. The unit sits in the living room but is large enough to circulate moister air through the house. It is not too close to the return vent of the central heating system but I suspect the intake somewhat helps to circulate the air.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This humidifier is an exact replacement for one that I have had for about 8 years. It operates as... This humidifier is an exact replacement for one that I have had for about 8 years. It operates as the instructions say. However, it cycles on and off repeatedly in a matter of minutes which is very annoying, especially at night. There seems to be a very tight range of humidity so if it drops just one percent below the set point, the unit comes on. in a matter of seconds when the set point is reached, it shuts off.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from RE: "Permanent Filter" Claim Sunbeam will replace filters if you complain. Call 888-264-9669, and tell them that you purchased the unit because it was supposed to have a permanent, lifetime filter. They have revised their instruction manual, and currently suggest filter replacement every 4-6 weeks, but that was not in the manual when I purchased this unit. They will ask you for the manufacturer date code which is stamped on the metal prongs of the plug where it plugs into the wall outlet. They have supplied me with filters at least twice, and last time told me they would continue to supply them until the 6-year warranty expired. You may have to ask for a supervisor when you call, but they are very well familiar with this feature that does not work as advertised.
Date published: 2014-12-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Don't buy just because it says permanent filter as it is not permanent I had a console humidifier and wanted something smaller that would work for the whole house. Not very attractive unit but liked how it humidified the house. After first cleaning of the filter it started to fall apart; inner filling was coming out in rinse. Was able to use again and the second cleaning the filter came apart in my hands; no way of salvaging it this time. The main reason I bought this humidifier was because it said permanent filter on the box. False advertising. I have e-mailed Sunbeam and asked them to replace the filter for free. Will see what their response is.
Date published: 2012-03-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Extremely disappointing! As others have said, the 'permanent' wick/filter is anything but. This was the ONLY reason I bought another evaporative type humidifier, so I was very unhappy to learn that it is the same as most other wicking humidifier elements: If you have hard water, they do not last! This one is completely worthless after less than 2 months, despite several cleanings to remove lime deposits. (Washing it in dish soap - as recommended - doesn't do anything at all for hard water deposits.) To be fair, my humidifier worked well before the element 'hardened'; it is quiet with the fan on low speed & it never leaked. This is the only reason I gave it any stars at all.
Date published: 2012-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So happy with the first I'm buying a second We bought this model for the first time about a year ago and have been very happy with it. Yes it does cycle on and off frequently witht he auto settings, but the fan is quiet so this doesn't bother us even though it is in our family room where we spend quite a bit of time. We live in a two story home that is just over 2000 sq ft. and will be buying a second one of these for upstairs this season. I have seen others comments about the filter being "permenant" but not lasting. I will say I have replaced the filter on this one this year and did not have any problems finidng a compatible replacement (model number to look for is HWF-75 without the P on the end). I have had other humidifiers in the past with "permenant" filters and from what I have experienced none of them are really permenant, especially if you have hard water. This humidifier has made a big difference for me and my family in the fall and winter and I think that replacing the filter once a year is worth it for my family's health and comfort.
Date published: 2012-11-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A maintenance pig makes it moist. I do want to echo everything James from Prescott, AZ said about this, as I've had exactly the same problems and concerns: * 1 tank never drains unless I wiggle it. The other will be bone dry, the refill light will be on, and the other tank is completely full. Makes no sense. * the filter isn't nearly as reusable as they would have you believe. * in the dry Colorado air, this is usually a refill both tanks 2x a day. This eats up about 10 minutes of each day, all total. * the 'auto' modes will cycle the fan off and on at 10 second intervals which is incredibly annoying. * I have to wash this filter out about once every other week to maintain absorbency. Now, where it earns its stars back, is the quality of the air in this house has improved quite a bit. I also never use the auto settings and leave it on a constant '1' (it goes as high as 3). Upwards from 20% to 35-40% when everything is running at a full-clip.
Date published: 2011-12-06
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