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Water full light blinking, cannot reset

The water full indicator lite was blinking, we emptied reservoir and replaced,it. The water full lite keeps blinking, the air won't come on and we don't know how to reset. We have no manual.

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I don't know what kind of unit this is but usually unplugging the unit for at least 10 seconds will reset it. If there is a controller, take those batteries out for 10 seconds or more too.

Lastly if you can safely see or reach the float that is in the reservoir, check to see if it is just stuck. Good luck.

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

  • braus flurish Oct 14, 2012

    This actually worked for me. I usually think unplugging things as a solution is a joke but after trying everything else, I unplugged it overnight and took the batteries out of the control. When I turned it on the next morning I noticed it was reset to the factory settings (air condition mode and 72 degrees) and would you beleive it, it didnt turn off after a minute with the lights blinking.

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There is a secondary water tank on the lower right hand side of the unit (looking at it). It looks like a control panel in fact it is a water tank. I hope that this helps. It was my problem.

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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