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The hunt for batteries is over with the introduction of simplehuman's new rechargeable sensor soap pump. The newest sensor pump has a battery that recharges with a USB power adaptor, ensuring users of the product will have an "always-on" touch-free soap dispensing experience, every time. Do you have the port for the USB adapter on your unit? If so, you don't have to replace, just charge.
Solution!!!!! to Simplehuman sensor soap dispenser with blinking red light no despensing of soap and new batteries. Rinse out soap with hot water. Fill reservoir with hot tap water. Use bulb end of turkey baster. Place on reservoir to form a tight seal. Force air into reservoir. Which will force the hot water thru the system unclogging the thick soap. Repeat this several times till clear of soap. Then turn on the unit and flush thru the rest of the hot water using the sensor till comes out nicely. Then fill with a thinned out soap. Good luck
Have you tried taking the little float out of the water reservoir and turning it around? I have an english one, and I put it back together wrong when I was cleaning and I got the same flashing light. I would try turning the little floating thing around and see if it makes a difference.
If not, a word of warning is that I also bought a brewer from american ebay, and plugged it in and nothing happened. I then got an adaptor and nothing happened because I have already overloaded the machine and melted the motor inside just by turning it on the first time. That was 100 pounds of waste right there :( It could be that you fried it already if the above tip dosnt work. English Voltage is much higher than US sadly.
i would hazard a guess and say that wires in the rubber boot from the door pilar to the door are damaged or the connection block in the door pillar in this the terminals are corroded or something similar
This is what I found in the Simplehuman FAQ's. I had to wait about 30 minutes for the light to stop blinking, but it seemed to work for me.
If the pump is unresponsive or the blue light is flashing, fresh batteries should resolve this issue. Please power off the pump completely. Once the pump is turned off, remove the old batteries. Please wait for the pump to reset (until the flashing light stops and preferably letting it rest overnight) before you install the new ones.