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My Titanium keeps saying "fill watertank" I have filled the tank, switched the machine off hoping it would reset but same message!!

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See if the small black float is able to move up and down in the water tank. You have to clean the water tank every so often, it will get slimey in the tank and it's possible some build up is preventing the float from moving up and down.

The float is dark in color and about 1 inch by 3 inches by 1/4 inch rectangular shape. It is magnetic and works a magnetic switch that is inside the machine.

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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