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Says the pan's full but no water in it; won't reset. Pan is in properly and water level button is reset, still won't reset and still says pan's full of water. Help!

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Here is a tip that explains what can be happening to make the dehumidifier showthat the bucket is full when it is not.

Dehumidifier Problem It shows Bucket Full

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Posted on Sep 16, 2010

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