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I can't open to fill tank.

I can't open latch to battery compartment, so I can't fill tank.

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Hehe, seem your spring pins is gone...
when you press the handle, normally it release the thank
and it is lift by a little plastic square attached to a spring...
it is probably broken...
push the handle and lift with a knife...

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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