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Well I did solve my own dilemma. You have to unscrew the bottom black bolt in the bottom center of the unit. the open up the front panel to reveal a tiny screw just below the top center of the front panel. Remove it. Be very careful and remove the front panel. Pull lightly up on the inner black pot to reveal the clamp that holds the old drainage tube. Using a needle nose wrench, squeeze the clamp together to release the old tube and the clamp. Add new drainage tube inside the clamp and do the reverse. Make sure when you put the front panel back on, the open button's bottom part is inside a little **** or it will not work (it will fall out when you take front panel off). Make sure the little lamp is inside the red ON button.
Et Voila.....all fixed

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