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I'm sorry you didn't receive what you order. But, you're taking your wrath out on the wrong company. All 4 of your postings are on the FixYa web site, Not Hunter. The FixYa web site only provides help in troubleshooting and repairing many different things. FixYa does not sell or replace any products. Of the thousands of folks that seek help FixYa's website each month, occasionally a few mistake FixYa for the compamy they're having a problem with. Unfortunately, you posted your name and address for the entire world to see. Which is not wise in this day and time.
I understand your frustration with Hunter, but unfortunately, there's nothing we can do to help you with Hunter.
My unit was doing the same thing as others here and I was able to fix the issue. I believe the issue is that the sensor for the water level, which is located in a tube connecting the two water reservoirs in the main unit, has something blocking the sensor. Most likely this is bacteria growth or other debris which has built up over time. I used Oxy Clean which has some bubbling action and very hot water to clean both sides for about 30 minutes. When I flushed out the reservoir, it started working again.
If take the base off the unit by removing the 4 screws, you will see the "tube" I'm talking about. Since this has what appears to be sensors in it, I didn't want to remove the tube from the bottom to clean it and instead to the approach above. Hope this helps someone.