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  1. #1
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    Default Bubble fogger problem

    I just noticed my new bubble fogger has a leak somewhere on the bottom of the unit. It leaked fog solution all over my parquet floor . I fired it up and it still works, but I lost about 2/3 of the solution which is ok, I can buy more. My question is what can I do about it? I can't send it back as I have tossed the box and all the paperwork, I ordered it online at target's website. My local target's don't carry them either. I'm really disappointed because this was a big purchase for me.


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    boy I'm sorry to hear that.

    I also have one as well. Best suggestion I can come up with is to carefully unscrew all the screws around the unit. The fog juice is inside a plastic container just like a regular fog machine. If its cracked, I would buy some plastic sealent to repair the damage. You might even have to fill it up a bit to track the leak down.

    The only other suggestion would be to buy another one from target and return this one in its place. A bit dishonest but I can't think of anything else to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mementomori View Post
    I just noticed my new bubble fogger has a leak somewhere on the bottom of the unit. It leaked fog solution all over my parquet floor . I fired it up and it still works, but I lost about 2/3 of the solution which is ok, I can buy more. My question is what can I do about it? I can't send it back as I have tossed the box and all the paperwork, I ordered it online at target's website. My local target's don't carry them either. I'm really disappointed because this was a big purchase for me.
    mementomori,
    If your item was purchased within the last 90 days, you should be able to return it. Check Target.com website if it is an item that you have to return to Target.com. If not, you can still print off a return receipt for the item and bring it back to the store; you don't need any of the shipping paperwork.

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    I found my leak. Mine came from the viewing window for the bubble solution. I returned the first one, and got another...still leaks..but slower. Going to hot glue the inside window cracks to seal it and see how it goes.

 

 

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