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Water is dripping from my water dispenser and I can't stop it

I need to know how to stop the leak

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Usually it leaks becasue of air trapped in the line, did you just replace the filter ?? or oso to a new installation??? if so try holding the button in for a few min( a large picher full) to clear any trapped air in the line

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