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Water won't spay out of the nozzels under front plastic

Water will not spay out of the nozzels in front But it does come out underneth the machine. I cleaned it all up and blew air at the nozzels. Are there any suggestions. I can't figure out how to take the cover off to see if the tube came off. Thanks in advance Ooley

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There are 6 screw, 3 on each side, then the top will come off. When you put it back on, make sure the piston is attached to the bottom of the smart mix knob and that the knob is in the water setting.

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