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Saeco incanto classic s-class auto espresso machine

While cleaning the machine inside a small 3 sided part fell out. Cannot see where it should go and my helper does not know where it came from. The part is about as big as half a gem clip. Can you please help. The coffee machine is working without it. regards Emanuela

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Do you have a picture on this part?

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