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1- when moving it from a hospital, water from the reservoir got into the inner parts of the unit. 2- The unit now gives E-1 as an error statement, runs a little bit, stops, runs a little bit, then stops and that's it. 3- The inside of the unit is totally dry. 4- the motor is dated late in 2007 5- where can I get a service manual?

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I will advice you check manualsonline.com to search for the manual of your device as requested.

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