Also getting flashing full light and 1% for humidity. Do I need to replace the overload relay or Sensor? I unplugged and got nothing. But when I pulled the sensor from the coils and reinserted it, it came back to life for 3 seconds. Thanks!
ANSWER Hello Tom,
I've worked on several of these things over the past few years, and I have found a few sensors bad but quite a few bad control boards. Since the sensors are cheaper, I would try it first. If this produces no positive results, I would strongly suspect the control board.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, August 13, 2012