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The generator was leaking.
Once the back and side panels were off, it was just a matter of removing/pulling the connections off the old generator, pulling a small pin that holds the clear tube in, removing some weird black tube on the opposite side of the clear tube, (Not sure what the black tube is for, but remember to re-connect with new generator.), Removed four nuts, removing four long bolts, and removing the old generator and replacing it with the new generator. Then reconnect the wires, tubes, I used the old clear tube and bolts and then put the panels back on. It was very easy and I would recommend to do it yourself. Thank you ereplacementparts.
UNPLUG MACHINE. Remove drain pan, and water reservoir. With phillips screwdriver, remove all back panel screws. Remove back panel, then slide side panels back, up, and away. Remove large chrome tap knob from front panel (pull straight back,this takes some muscle). Remove screws securing front panel, and remove. Remove two screws, and unplug two wires at tap, and replace with new tap. Factory authorized service center wanted $100 labor, and would not sell me just the part.