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Problem I have new machine its been working well past few days. but today i noticed water is dripping to the floor and not collecting in the water container whats the problem

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  • Anonymous Oct 18, 2008

    do you have to drill a hole where the pump line comes out

  • tdefibaugh11 Oct 18, 2008

    how do i start to use the pump. is there anything I have to do to start using it. Or do i just put the hose in the hole on the side?

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Is your pump hose connected tightly?

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