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Replacement parts I need to replace steam plug, filter basket and filter holder for above machine. Your web site does not offer these. Please advise. Thanks!

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Filter mesh holder is damaged, locking holes are broken will not lock in place - need new filter mesh


Hi Joe: The model has been discontinued and difficult to find replacement parts. I located a few online suppliers offering a HEPA Filter that fits the BUC11700UC. See here:

http://www.vacuumcleaners.net/bosch-buz200hcuc-hepa-filter-for-bagless-jet-upright.html or

http://www.allergybegone.com/boshepfilfor4.html or

http://www.wikio.com/product/vacuum-parts-accessories-compatible_with_bosch-reviews-12020-page3-sort0.html

Is this the part you are looking for? The third site above does offer other replacement parts if you are looking for a different filter piece.

Thank you for using Fixya!

Jan 14, 2012 | Bosch BUC11700UC Cyclone Jet Bagless...

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I have a Baby Gaggia, several years old. I buy IZZO ESE pods, which I understand should fit the holder. They do not in that a pod sits loose in the holder, with a margin round the edge between it and the...


Please try the following:
  • Remove the portafilter and activate the brew switch. Water should stream out of the shower screen. If not you need to clean the group components, or the machine is broken.
    To clean the group components, remove the center screw. The screen should drop down, the dispersion disk may be stuck, you can pry it loose with a flat head screw driver. Soak both of these in a descaling solution.
  • With the group components removed (as above) try brewing, water should stream out of a single hole. If not, you may have a faulty pump, or seals.
  • If water streams out normally, be sure that you are using the single espresso basket. This is the smaller basket that snaps into the portafilter, and has sort of a tulip shape.
  • Your group head gasket may be worn, and will need to be replaced. These need replacement ever 6 months to 12 months, and need to replaced even if the machine is rarely used, because they are made from natural rubber that dries out.
    Replacements can be found at many retailers online, a few are:
    espressocare.com, espressoparts.com, and seattlecoffeegear.com

Mar 02, 2011 | Gaggia Baby Espresso Machine

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My pasquini livia machine is leaking from the base of the steam wand. Perhaps it is a gasket how do you replace these?


Hi,

You have to take apart the system for changing the gaskets.If you are not a technical savvy don't try for it.Here is the parts diagram for your machine.Many of my fixya customers took apart the system to change the valve and they suffered a lot to fix it again back.All the best.
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1 Boiler end gasket 11 Expanse Valve 21 Group gasket 2 Heating element 12 Drain 22 Refill solenoid 3 Gasket for above 13 Pressurestat 23 Group touch pad 4 Steam + water valve 14 Main switch 24 Drip tray grill 5 Pop off valve 15 Group 25 Water flow meter 6 Bleed valve 16 Group solenoid 26 Drip tray 7 Water level Probe 17 Group handle 27 Basket 8 Auto refill relay effect 18 Filter basket single 28 Steam-water valve knob 9 Heater exchanger injector 19 Plastic gasket 29 Manual refill valve 10 Heat wand 20 Site glass 30 Shower screen
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the gasket look like this.I will cost around 12$.


Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.

Thank you for using fixya have a nice day:-)

Dec 29, 2010 | Pasquini Livietta Espresso Machine

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I broke the peice that puts water through the coffee basket on a Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker where can I buy parts for this?


If you are talking about the K-cup holder that punches the bottom of the k-cups, they usually are not for sale, and you can only find them on ersale sites like Ebay.etc...
you could also go buy a "Keurig My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter"
and just use the main grey plastic filter holder... but you will have to puncture the bottom of the k-cups yourself before dropping them into the holder...
You wont need the filter basket or the lid if your using k-cups... just the filter holder...

dont forget to punch a hole in the k-cup first...

May 14, 2010 | Keurig Elite B40 Coffee Maker

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Need to replace filter basket drip spout rubber ring


After searching for the replacement basket on web took whole coffee maker back to jcp and they replaced the 12cup coffee maker with a new item.

Jul 28, 2009 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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My Cuisanart Espresso Maker EM-100 is creating a vacuum, so no liquid comes out and then I have to wait an hour to be able to remove the part that holds the coffee. Apparently it creates a vaccuum, holding...


Very strange problem for that model. I would remove the portafilter holder, and then run 3 cups distilled white vinegar through the machine - let it run on the espresso setting first, then let it run on the steam/water setting, with the function knob turned to water, and not steam. Clean any espresso grinds off the metal element that the portafilter holder usually conceals. Then try making a batch using the double filter basket, but only use a tiny amount of espresso - don't tamp very hard. If all is well, proceed to use the espresso maker. If not, call Cuisinart - that model has a 3-year warranty.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Apr 06, 2009 | Cuisinart EM-200 Espresso Machine

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Gaggia Deluxe - Excessive steam discharging into filter holder


your seal of non teturn valve of group, just above metal part where you put upper filter. open the valve and carefuly clean, check the seal and spring.

Mar 09, 2009 | Gaggia Coffe Deluxe Coffee Maker, Espresso...

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Exploding........


Hi All. I too was having this so called exploding issue with my machine & couldn't get any coffee!! The culprit is a clogged filter!! As you might know, Breville uses a double wall construction for the filter which incorporates an inner cup with many fine holes and there is only ONE small hole on the bottom of the outer wall(bottom). I guess over time some fine fine grounds get thru the inner layer and accumulate between the two layers and eventually get compacted enough to completely clog the filter to a point that the pump cannot push the water through it!! Thus the pressure from the pump can't escape & is releasd when you try to remove the coffee basket!! You can try to use a small pin inserted in the bottom hole to see if it clears the obstruction. It didn't work for me! I even tried using high pressure air to clear it, again unsuccessful!
THE FIX: Buy a new filter!

P.S. I found my machine to have some build up behind the strainer where the water enters the coffee chamber. To clean and clear, follow these steps: Unplugg the power cord!! Remove the watertank. Remove the filter holder. Turn the machine upside-down, Remove ONE screw in the center of the coffee chamber(It looks like a strainer with several holes). Remove the strainer and wash & clean any build up behind it. Reinstall in reverse order.

Sep 20, 2008 | Breville ESP8XL Espresso Machine

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This sux


Did you ever solve this problem? I have a manual that I could email to you.

Christine Bingham

Feb 23, 2008 | West Bend 55108 Espresso/coffee Maker

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