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The empty water light on my dryer wont go off, the tank is empty but the stays on can you help

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I had this problem but it is NORMAL. only when the empty water light is flashing it needs emptying, i thought there was an internal problem but like i say it is normal to stay on solid throughout your drying and even when you just switch it on. i found this out in my manual

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Check the switch where you remove the tank towards he bottom

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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    Gary Davd Jan 27, 2008

    please go to a UK product page for Hotpoint This was not made for the USA market I have no info on it nor do i think any of the other tech will

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