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Robert. You have a bad water valve OR completely clogged up filter screens on the valve. My past experience with this machine with this type of problem is to replace the valve assembly. part Number W10364988
Should have drained the tank. Not only was it old gas but it may have had some condensation in it.
Now that you have a Check Engine light, hook up a code reader and see what code(s) are there. Then you can get back here and I'll see what I can do to lead you in the right direction.
Sounds Like You May Have A Leaking Head gasket Try Some Fix A Gasket Solution From Your Local Auto Part Store. Also Pick Up Some Fuel Additive For Cleaning Your Injectors You'll See A Total Difference. And You Said Fault Lights Are Flashing Or Arent? In The Case That They Are Try What I Suggested Then Reset The Dash Lights By Unhooking The Battery For A Minute Then Plugging It Back In.
The condenser has two "channels" one for the moist hot air that are easy to clean and inspect. The other flow is perpendicular where cool air drawn from outside and passes through. These channels, viewed from the side can get blocked over time with dust/fluff. I blasted mine with a pressure washer and it was obvious from the change in light when looking through it that it was clogged before I blasted it.