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The issue is the dispensing unit you have is a sanitizer dispenser, not a soap dispenser. The adapter collar on the bottle is the issue. Soap dispensers use a GRY collar, sannitizers use an LBL collar. There should be a sticker on the dispensing unit that says "LBL" or "GRY". Try removing the collar from a sanitizer bottle and place it on your soap bottle......should work fine. In short, make sure your letter code on the bottle mathces the letter code on the dispenser.
Bottled water. Generally bottled water is just a glorified tap water. However there are many things that go on to put water into a bottle. It is chemically treated things such as ozone is added.among other things as it can't just be plain water, some of these bottles have to remain on shelves for a very long time. But rest assured no one would ever do anything that could harm us, now would they. Some bottled water is actually really what we would hope it to be like some of the spring waters that are out there are actually from mineral springs. However in my personal opinion I think it's all the biggest scam in the world, we bay more for a bottle of water than we do for a liter of fuel to run our cars on & it's just water it falls from the sky for free. Think about it people.??????
The collar is only there to keep the bottle at the correct height in relation to the water in the cooler. The principle is that when the vacuum inside the bottle is not being release by the water clearing the opening no more water will run out. To understand what I mean fill up a bottle ( any old bottle) right to the top. Fill up the sink and with you finger over the top of the bottle place the bottle upside down in the water. Take you finger from the hole and it will glug once maybe twice then no more water will run out until you lift the bottle out of the sink water. To stop more running out simply put the neck of the bottle bac in the sink. It is the same with you water cooler bottle. So all you need to do now is to to cover the foam with a piece of vinyle and it will be fixed.
Take out all the inside racking and spray arm. At the inside centre of the draw is a fan called the rotor. Turn the collar around the rotor and remove the big silver plate. Remove the rotor assembly by turning the new rotor collar. if you look at what you have left is a hole in the centre and a pool shaped groove closer to you. In that pool shaped groove is a small hole leading to the centre hole. You should find this hole is blocked. To unblock it i use a stem from a spray bottle e.g. the spray and wipe bottle. Stick it in from both ways and you should clear the blockage. NOTE there are two small holes going from the centre hole. Just one of these lead to the pool groove and gets blocked.
I assume you're trying to replace a headlight bilb.If the washer bottle is in the way then remove it.The light are held in place with a locking collar,unplug the lamp and turn the collar counterclockwise to remove it the pull out the bulb.