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Coffee leaks after it is brewed

The coffee leaks from ethe dispensor spout after it is brewed. I can tap the dispensor handle and it will stop

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The water reservoir on this mdoel is very close to the coffee reservoir - if excess water gets between the wall of the coffeemaker and the coffee reservoir, it will leak exactly as you described. Make sure no water spills out of the water reservoir when your pour it.

-Tha Mp3 doctor

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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