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In assembling my new power washer, I was unable to find where everything went EXCEPT how to attach and use the bottle for the cleaning fluid. The manual is very vague in this area. How do I attach the bottle to the unit for use, and how is the detergent released in the cleaning process? My unit is 15gpm, 1800 psi. thank you

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