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LG TD-C700E/40E/41E/45E Condenser Dryer

After starting dryer it stops after about 1 minute and alarm 'empty water'comes up. There is no water in the container and the condenser is clean. Any suggestions on where to look?

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  • steve bartlett Jul 25, 2007

    Thanks very much for the response. It is very helpful.

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2008

    After six minutes dryer beeps and indicates the water needs emptying. It is already empty.

  • Anonymous May 09, 2009

    I have the same problem with my LG condensing dryer. The repair person said that the pump needs to be replaced.



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Sounds like your condensin pump is leaking and triggering the over flow micro switch not a job 4 a novice call an engineer good luck

Posted on Jul 25, 2007

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Hello. I'm Sergio.
My Dryer Miele T 7744 C - When I start dryer,after 3 min appear alarm 'Empty out container' I check container it is empty,everything cleaned,check pump is it ok,but still alarm. I need your help)))

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