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I was cleaning the water tank and i accidently knocked out the spring, tiny black plastic stopper and the white rubber washer, please could you help me put it all back together again, hopefully this can be done or please tell me where i can buy a replacement water tank. thanks pauline sheppard sheppard156@ntlworld.com

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Hi!

I've got the same problem and I managed to solve it.
So you have to put the plastic stopper to the buttom of the water tank in way that the wider end is down. You must hang the spring on the plastic stoppers narrow end so it would be placed between the water tanks bottom and the plastic stopper. Then you have to place the rubber washer from inside the water tank on the plastic stoppers narrow end. So would look like the following: plastic stopper -> spring -> water tank -> rubber washer

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