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A hose that is loose with strange end fitting is spraying water inside the cabinet. What do I do to fix it? What is the hose for?

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Need to help us more: the definitions you used are too generic - "Hose; Strange End Fitting; & What is it for" doesn't provide any help to identify so that we can assist. Pictures always help.

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