It's funny that you should mention that.
I have the VERY SAME fogger, and yes, it's made by Gemmy. I am a huge fan of Gemmy (despite the fact that a couple of their things BROKE)
Anyhoo, my fogger just quit after two years of operation. The thing that baffles me, is that the heater is obviously heating, and the pump is pumping but the fog is just petering out.
So, I did the vinegar and water treatment, and will probably try fog cleaner before I pitch it and see how it goes.
Someone said that the tube that connects the pump to the heater gets clogged easily.
I'll break it apart and see what the deal is, and try some new fluid. If no results I'll pitch it.
Now, here's my thoughts.
Next year, if I buy a fogger, I'm gonna buy a FOGGER!
A real Mother Fogger!
The Walmart fogger did give me my monies worth, like someone said, very dense fog, great output for a 400 watter, but I think I'm going to graduate from this fogging situation and do something a little fogging mightier next year.
As far as cheap foggers, I've always liked the Lite FX (you either get a good one, or a bad one) but the Lite FX fogger lets out a blast that is scary on it's own. It's almost like a loud blast of air. It sends people to the ceiling all on it's own.
Just a thought.