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My dehumidifier frequently shows that the tank if full when it is empty and has been for several days and it will not start up again. I unplug it, shut it off, etc and it will not start up. Can you give me any suggestions. I have even left the tank out for several days to dry out and it still will not start again.

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Dehumidifier Problem It shows Bucket Full

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