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How do I replace the solution tank valve?

The valve on the bottom of the blue cleaner container has fallen out and the tank can no longer hold cleaning solution. I have ordered a new valve but now I am wondering how to replace it as I note that I can't seem to remove the rubber housing that is supposed to contain the valve (spring and black plastic pin). I am wondering if it unscrews somehow,...or needs to be pryed out?? I haven't suceeded in either thus far but I haven't really wanted to force it. I would appreciate any ideas. Thanks

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Mine has done the same thing twice. I don't think you can store any unused solution in the container because it eats away at the rubber o-ring causing failure. You need to pull out the rubber housing by hand or gently with a pair of pliers.

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

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