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Coffee air pot does not pump

Nothing seems to be missing, but pumping this one pot (unlike others just like it) does not get liquid flowing. No obvious problems or differences with the pots that do work. It's as if a seal is broken somehow. How can I troubleshoot this?

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I have one that is doing the same. I popped the inner plate off the top and the baffle for the air pump has tiny holes in it. I need a new baffle.

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Most airpots have a small "screw in" cap on the bottom. It this is loose, it will not keep the vacuum pressure. Try tightening it (turn to the right) and then try to use the pot. It may help?

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