Is there a chance i can re-install it wrong . . .
Well, yes, Marc, but it is slim to none - honest. Just note the vertical position of the connector before you apply the wrenches.
Here is a pic of the Quickmill Anita arrangement - yours will be SIMILAR.
Item 2 is what is properly called a "gland nut" . As you tighten this fitting, you increase the squeeze that the teflon tube (item 3) applies to the probe. If you fully loosen the gland nut, you should be able to twist and pull the probe out of it's teflon sleeve - take it slow. On an older machine, this could inflict some damage to the teflon but on yours and mine - slim to none. Clean probe with some abrasive paper, rinse, and reinstall.
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