Water dispenser cleaning

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Old 03-05-08, 08:29 AM
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Water dispenser cleaning

I have a water dispenser that I didn't replace the bottle on right when it became empty as a result the dispenser has green algea inside it. I have not replaced the water bottle before and not had this problem.

The questions are:

Why would the green algea appear in the first place?

Does this render the dispenser unsafe to use?

The most important question is how do I clean it to make it safe to use or do I need to clean it at all?

Can I just air it out for a week then rinse it and use it?

Thanks in advance, Jack
 
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Old 03-05-08, 03:48 PM
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Originally Posted by makeitso View Post
I have a water dispenser that I didn't replace the bottle on right when it became empty as a result the dispenser has green algea inside it. I have not replaced the water bottle before and not had this problem.

The questions are:

Why would the green algea appear in the first place?

Does this render the dispenser unsafe to use?

The most important question is how do I clean it to make it safe to use or do I need to clean it at all?

Can I just air it out for a week then rinse it and use it?

Thanks in advance, Jack
as far as i know thats ok thats what i do
 
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