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Lost instruction manual

We have a Jura  E9 and lost he instruction manual when we moved. we need water filters and cleaning tabs and need to know what to order.  Can you please send instructions via email or regular mail.
dcmawicke@mac.com
Daniel Mawicke 230 Putting Green Road Trumbull, CT  06611

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Hi there,
check out this link:
http://capresso.com/pdf/inst_e_series.pdf

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