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Stop n serve came off

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This morning all the coffee backed up into the filter, never came down into the pot. When I pulled the pot out the stop n serve piece came off. It looks like I can put it back on but I am not quite sure how. I called krups and they want me to get a new filter and valve which is ok but I can't reach the dealer, etc. etc.

Can anyone tell me how to just put the stop n serve piece back on the bottom of the filter?

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  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

    this is for a Krups 867

  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

    Thanks for the instruction manual. I had that and looked through and it doesn't tell you how to put that piece back on.

  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

    Does anyone have a schematic for this appliance?

  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

    Thanks for the instruction manual. I had that and looked through and it doesn't tell you how to put that piece back on.

    Does anyone have a schematic for this appliance?

  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

    I was looking at the bottom of the basket and can't see where it fits. Then someone mentioned it might go on the wall of the appliance itself. It is a little piece that looks like a tongue.

    That is why I am hoping there might be a schematic or something.

  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

    I will try the vinegar trick but I can't get anything to run through until I can put the trigger back on to compress something to let water run through. I do have hard water I think.

  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

    Thank you for posting the instruction manual again. It doesn't say or show you specifically where the trigger goes. It just tells you about the feature. I did call the number in the book 1st but they were only semi helpful.

    I spoke with a woman at the Concord service center and she said that it looks like the part goes on the body of the coffee maker according to the schematic. I am wondering if anyone has a schematic out there. I have Googled for one but can't find it.

  • susan_ortega Jan 13, 2009

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  • Karli Mar 03, 2013

    I just had this happen to me!! Did you find out where to put it back? I've been going without coffee for a week now. :)

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I just found it!!! The part snaps back into the main body of the maker behind where the pot slips in. There's a little snap place for it. You can't miss it but I really had to look for it.

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The part which you r reffering to be came out is not came out it is joint part and it needs to be replaced as it is not a sigle part that by fitting it will asdjust that is joint to the unit internally so you will have to order the part.then it will come full so it will be easily adjusted .as it is broken part at present its not complete part that came out.its a piece of the complete part.the remaining small piece is itself in the unit.so just require another complete part.that only will solve the issue.
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Can you take a pic of the button of the filter and the peice that fail out???
I might able to figure it out if I see the pic.

thanks

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Maybe there is a tongue that you have to put into like on the back of a remote where you put the batteries in?

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Http://brasilcoffee.blogspot.com/2008/04/brewing-coffee-in-drip-coffee-machine.html
just click the following link and follow the instructions.

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Http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Espresso+Machine+Parts.html just click this link and check out the exact part also you can order the part and also look at its fitting. hope this helps,

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Do you have hard or soft water as this can csuse it to obtain a build up of minerals which will block it. what i do with myne is just run pure vinager through it but i must wanr you that it smells really bad do this 1-2 times and it should help after you run the vinager trhough run fresh water through up to 4 times to get rid of the vinager tast and smell.

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Notice the pot. It holds 12 Canadian cups or 6 mugs of coffee. The sides of the pot are straight and the pot is calibrated in cups although you cannot see the calibrations in this photo.
They are drip machines that all brew coffee the same way. You put the coffee in the basket and cold water in the tank. The machine brings the coffee to the basket but boils it on the way to the basket. Therefore the coffee is always the same. They all have the feature that lets you pull the pot out safely while it is still brewing. That is great if you can't wait for the machine to finish brewing all the coffee.
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Should be a press fit... you must make sure the spring is between the stopper and the basket itself

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Hi!
For detailed instructions see its user manual from the link--

http://www.manualnguide.com/dl/11399/

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