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I'm in need of parts for my coffee machine. 1/ glass cafiter. 2/ steam build up plug.

I need the a few bits for my pro line ce05 coffee maker. I need the small glass cafiter and the steam build up plug. Can you help me find a supplier? Thanks. Michelle

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The only distributor for Kitchenaid Pro Line parts is Kitchenaid directly. I would recommend calling their customer service. They have a specific parts department. Their toll-free telephone number is:

1.800.541.6390.

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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