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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn the ON/OFF switch to OFF and unplug the unit for 15 minutes. Then plug the uni back in and turn it ON. During that 15 minute timeout, the unit should have reset itself and reverted back to the original factory settings. If it did, you can set the controls as you desire.
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Posted on Jul 25, 2011
SOURCE: Water level float switch error
You do not mention the model, I presume that it is a cassette, in which case the float switch is located in the indoor unit. You have to remove the cover which is 4 screws. First make sure all power supply is turned off. Then remove the drain pan which surrounds the fan blade. You will see in one corner of the unit a slightly deeper part of the drainpan, this is the corner where both the condensate pump as well as float switch is located. Before you do any of this, give a serious blow into the drain pipe from outside and this may dislodge any sludge which may be causing the floatswitch to stick. You can also pull out a rubber plug which is under the pump on the drainpan.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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