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Please make sure the float in the reservoir can move freely back and forth. The float can stick. The cap can be removed since it is held with friction. The float and its holding compartment should be cleaned with non-abrasive detergent and non-abrasive sponge and reassembled.Please make sure the tab is not broken under the reservoir. If the tab is broken, the water reservoir will need replacement.
With the tank that has a tab under the reservoir, listen for the click when placing the reservoir in its final position. If it does not click, the switch may be off center or not working (damaged with water which would require a replacement).
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