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Water leaks between the water container and the machine at the contact point. The leak is slow. No visible damage and appears as though there is back pressure from the machine. It only happens when the machine is on.

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    The water leak becomes significant.

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Mine leaked after a few years. It just needed an 'O' ring replaced.

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