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I would suggest it was a sensor fault rather than a serious malfunction.
It could simply be a stuck sensor plunger.
Keep an eye on it though, as sometimes things gradually get worse over time.
If it starts to happen more frequently or you get noticable problems or noise, then I would suggest getting it checked then.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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