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I have ft error on delonghi air conditioner and I've emptied the tank and the filter is clean. nothing to empty as the the unit is brand new .ft won't go away. how do i fix this

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Theres a little floatation type device in the removable tank that triggers a switch just above the tank on the unit itself. Just check that that isn't stuck in the "Full Tank" position. I had the same problem and jiggled the switch to make sure it could move and my A/C was back. Hallelujah!!! Hope it works for you...

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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