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Beer won't dispense, last one furthest to the right.

Eveything works fine except the last button furthest to the right. The light stays red and nothing dispenses when the button is pushed. In time will all my buttons not work? Do I need to clean something? Any advice will be appreciated.

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Have you checked the child-lock buttons?  They are located on the right side of the machine and are accessible only when the door is opened.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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