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Water dispenser is spraying water from behind the paddle instead of the opening

It looks like the hose has popped out of alignment. I have pused from the bottom under the front grill but cannot get it back into the opening. Is there a way to remove the plastic cover. I cannot see any screws and don't want to pry in fear of cracking the cover.

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Re: water dispenser is spraying water from behind the...

The grill will pop off with just a little bit of pressure. the grill will not break. once you remove the cover there is a conncetor that most likely has come loose..

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