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How can i separate the two parts of the reservoir to wash it without breaking it?

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I just figured out how to separate the two parts of the Brita Ultramax water reservoir so they can be cleaned!!!
Empty the Brita of water. Whatever water is not removed through the spigot will drain out if you turn the filter upside down. Then let the two parts air dry for an hour or so. Now hold the two parts between the thumbs and middle fingers on each end, press your middle fingers against your thumbs. Then slide your middle fingers up, and the white part lifts out of the clear bottom! Yay!! Now the clear reservoir can be CLEANED!!

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