It doesn't 'die' after 5 minutes... 10/19/2007
Customer review by RBronosky
1.0 stars 10/19/2007 by RBronosky
It doesn't 'die' after 5 minutes, it rests. I have one of these from a few years ago. I was disappointed to find that after a 5 minute fogging cycle, it enters a several (maybe 10+) minute resting cycle. Creating fog takes a lot of energy. The unit does not actively deal with the excess heat. So, it enters a resting cycle. It's in the owner's manual. If you want a fogger that that will run non-stop, you will pay a LOT MORE for it.
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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:Longer than one year