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Water fill light stays on all the time how should I slove the problem?

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There should be a sensor that measure's the water, some work with a float and get's stuck,if so you can just push it down again,if it does not have a float the most possible cause is that its broken and need replacement.

If you don't know much of a a/c unit better get a repair man to have a look for you.

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Wouter.

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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