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A PART IS BROKEN

HI
THE PART THAT CONECT THE EXTERNAL TANK TO THE AIRCONDITIONER BROKEN, WHICH IS THE WHITE PIECE THAT SCREWEND IN THE TANK AND IT CONNECT TO THE SILVER PIECE IN THE AIRCONDITION. WITH OUT IT I CAN NOT USE THE EXTERNAL TANK
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    the piece from the bottle at the back of the unit is missing., the small connnecting clip.

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Check their web site or go to home depot with the tank they should have a fitting that will work for you

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