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Stopped working PUMP NO LONGER PUMPS LIQUID

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While refilling, you may have inadvertently lost the very tiny white plastic bead that sits loose inside the pump assembly at the bottom of the spring piece. Same thing happened to both my units. So I used a round pinhead from a decorative hatpin. Just pulled it loose from the pin and dropped it into the bottom of pump shaft and all worked again. The bead prevents the pump from pushing air back into the soap reservoir instead of out the dispensing tip.

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