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Toyotomi td-2400 the tank is to be emptied when full - not filled - moisture is removed from the air and stored in that tank - to be emptied when full and unit will shut down when it is full.

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SOURCE: The "tank full" light flashing

Dear-heart, the tank should be EMPTY...when it's full the machine shuts off to keep from over flowing.
Dump the water out and try again. The "flashing light" is to tell you the tank is full of condensate water and needs to be emptied.
In hot, humid climes this will happen often. Many models can be hosed for continuous operation.

Good luck

Anakron

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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