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BUNN BT10B carafe leaks from spout down side while pouring

My sister and I love this coffeemaker but both of ours leak from the pour spout on the carafe--making a mess everytime we try to pour a cup of coffee. I emailed the company and they advised to scrub the spout with scrubber before each use which sometimes made it leak a little less but never has solved the problem.

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  • meizelis Nov 16, 2008

    I have had the same problem & cleaned the spout too but the problem has never gone away. I finally gave up & bought a $15 replanement coffee maker that has a heating element for the 12 cup pot.



    Know of anybody that needs a used Bunn caffee maker?

  • mjemons Nov 29, 2008

    I too have this problem....and so do my in-laws. Frustrating and there's nothing we can do!! Love the maker but hate the decanter....funny how there's a new decanter with this model. I would love to buy the decanter only but I can't seem to find one.

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I emailed the company again and they are replacing the thermal carafe at no charge. Thanks!

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There is a rubber seal on the inside of the carafe. Cut the seal out where the pour spout is and this should solve your leaking issue.

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