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The pump mechanism may be worn out. Try taking the pump and soaking it in a mixture of 50% water and 50% soap scum remover. The mechanism may simply be clogged with detergent. If you have recently changed your detergent it may be too thick for the pump to push it out. Try thinning it with water and retrying. If none of these remedies work then you will have to replace it. You can usually get a replacement pump from your local hardware store. Try also contacting the manufacturer. They may provide a replacement part at low or no cost to you. Good luck.

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