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I have a Zanussi condenser dryer TC 7114 w. It stops half way through the cycle indicating the water tank is full, but it is vertually empty and the water is collected in back of dryer and then leaks all over the floor. please help

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I have just fixed this as below - your leak may be easier to see if you turn the machine on its front - there is a rear valve with a rubber bung and underneath a rubber pipe with a metal clip - check both for leaks - http://www.fixya.com/support/t4079509-full_water_indicator_lit_continuously

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