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9 times out of ten its the little plastic bottle near the bottom of the drum on the back, this has a pressure sensor to tell the machine when to stop filling... the tube to it normally gets blocked.
remove and clean but be prepared for water to come out if it is still full.

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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