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Posted on Dec 28, 2013

Testimonial: "Thank you for your suggestion. It was interesting to find a repository for spare parts for most small appliances. However, Melitta was not listed as one of the products for which the website provides spare parts. Is there another manufacturer's or distributor's name for Melitta parts?"


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SOURCE: I have a Melitta Mill and brew coffee maker and

I Googled my question and there was a web site by a lady who has the same machine and on her web site was the 1-800 number where I could order the part over the phone. I went back to find the web site for its address and couldn't find it. Sorry but the # I called is 1-800-947-3745

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