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I left my water cooler at the cottage last fall and I forgot to drain the water from the inside of the unit (the drain plug). As a result I split I cracked the hoses and it now leaks.. Can this unit be repaired or is it a throw away? what parts did I damage?

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My water cooler worked yesterday,today I get nothing from either the hot or cold water? Is this a simple fix or di I start with a new one?

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Some 3/8" hose, and some fittings from home depot may do the trick. If your not handy, having a service company do it will cost more than the unit itself.

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You'll want to drain the cooling tank and clean it with some white vinegar to remove any mineral deposits that could be affecting the taste of the water. You'll want to lightly scrub the inside of the chilling/cooling tank with a mixture of at least 2/3 white vinegar and warm water to help dissolve any residue in the tank.

After you've gotten it as clean as possible, turn on the water supply line and flush the tank by filling a pitcher from the cold water dispenser. Do this for at least 2-3 gallons of water to completely clear out the vinegar mixture.

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