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Gaggia Steam Nozzle

Hi there,

I do not know if you can help me.

I lost one of the 2 rubbers of the steam nozzle of my Gaggia Classic. Is there a website I could order it from? I suspect that I will have the entire part of the steam nozzle.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Best regards,

Gerry

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There is a sit where you can get the parts for the gaggia it is at WholeLatteLove.

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