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My unit has a P1 error and has stopped

It ran all night, and I drained the water, left it running and when I came back to bedroom had P1 error.

My unit is Everstar brand portable air conditioner.

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Pull out the water container. Make sure the black floater switch is not stuck or impedes from working properly. If this doesn't work, need to look at replacing this

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