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System keeps Shutting Down

My unit is new and have been using it, when it works it works well but I notices it would just shut down with no warning. My unit just simply shuts off. Fustrated over this can anyone offer assistance? I checked my water level limit sensor and this is not the problem. I attached a hose to it to release the water on it,s own but this does not work. Thanks Calvert Robertson

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    Brand new..wont turn on. E1 shows on the face? No customer service so far

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