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Water light blinks but the tank is full machine stop work, all light are on, help

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Mine had this problem, until we realized we weren't putting that little plastic thing at the bottom of the tank on right. It has to be in a particular position. sometimes when you refill the water, it'll pop up and causing the flashing...

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85% of problems will be solved by descaling the unit. If this hasn't been done recently then get some descaler and run it through the unit.

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    If the water tank light is blinking while the water tank is full, look inside the tank at the float and float retainer. The float must be connected to the retainer properly for the machine to read the sensor correctly.

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