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The hose on the water dispenser has popped out of the hole. There's no clamps or anything and there's not enough slack to pull more hose. I can push it back in with my finger, but as soon as I turn the water back on, it pops out again. How do I fix it?

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I also had this problem. I could not get the hose to stay, so I found a flexible straw to extend the hose. Pushed the straw through the hole and trimmed it.

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