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Leaking from bottom

Water is leaking from the bottom of the unit when turned on. It is not coming from the reservoir connection, it seems to be coming from inside the unit itself. Is there a tube or connection that may have come dislodged inside the unit?

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Are you sure its not leaking at the top? in any case
call senseo at 866-4-736-736 866-4-Senseo and describe the problem.if you have purchased or received it as a gift less than two years ago they will send a new one FREE.

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