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Rob, Home Appliance Technician
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DD45P pump light flashing, wont go off. Not using the pump-

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DD45P pump light flashing, won't go off. Not using the pump- how do I turn it off?
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This sounds like a board error

Try disconnecting from the power for two hours and retrying.
If still not good, can you send me all the details on the data plate please ?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Where and what is the data plate? I will disconect when I get home today.
Thanks for your assistance on this.
Hi William

Let me know how it goes.
On the back or the base should be a silver or black plate with all the machine details on it

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Light still flashing. this is a photo of the info.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Sent a photo of the base plate with info
let me know if you received it.

I Think you may have lost the beginning part of the photo address?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.
It reads
Voltage 115V-60Hz
Current 5.9 Amp

then says moisture removed, refrigerant, design pressure, low side, high side

listed 57 AB

Doesn't look too helpful, though
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Figured it out. Unplugged the unit, found moisture in the bottom once tank removed. Emptied xs water into a sink, dryed the unit before replacing the receptacle and re-started.

Pump light went off- must have been sensing moisture in the unit.

Great, well done

Thanks for letting me know

All the best

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