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Water is Coming out at top of supply line at valve assemble. I have pushed it up as far as it can go and clip is in. Some how I lost directions so I am not sure if there is something else I need to do.

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You need to check the  o ring and see if it is still there.  or if it has a cut in it.  take it off and shine a light down the supply see if you can see a black rubber ring inside that makes the ceal.  if it is cut or not in the right position than it will leak.  you might need new supply.

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    you need to check the  o ring and see if it is still there.  or if it has a cut in it.  take it off and shine a light down the supply see if you can see a black rubber ring inside that makes the ceal.  if it is cut or not in the right position than it will leak.  you might need new supply.

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