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Portable AC/Heater has "Stop" indicator flashing. After using the dehumidifier.

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  • JourneyNC Jul 30, 2008

    I thought I purchased a self evaporating unit. With the dehumidifier, I have to continually release water, which was full at the time the "Stop" indicator lit up. Thanks a bunch!

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The internal water bucket may be full.

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