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Hamilton beach brewstation 48465 leaks under unit

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SOURCE: parts for Hamilton Beach BrewStation® 12 Cup Coffeemaker With Timer

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It's called a tank, not a pot. $9 CDN. Haven't been able to find in US yet. This is very hard to belive considering they make so many small appliances I think HB is not making parts available intentially to get consuners to buy again. Not sure this is smart.

Posted on May 16, 2008

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My coffeemaker makes the coffee just fine every morning, and we leave it on for 2-3 hours and then it turns off automatically , but later it leaks back to the water reservoir and then out the bottom all over my cabinet. What is wrong?

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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There is a spring between the lever and the o-ring. It may have popped out when you cleaned the pot. That has happened to me before. The spring is necessary to hold the seal down until the lever is pushed.

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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I have the same leaking problem. I just called Hamilton Beach and gave them the model and serial numbers. They are sending me a new "gasket" complimentary but she said if that doesn't work, I'll have to order a whole new coffee tank.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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SOURCE: HAMILTON BEACH BREWSTATION LEAKS FROM SPOUTS

I had the same problem with this same machine. On this model there is a spring-loaded piece of plastic that operates the pouring of the coffee. After a few months of regular use, there is a design flaw in this piece that wears out prematurely, causing the pour to slow down. This is why the stream runs towards the machine and not in your cup.

Eventually the plastic piece will break at the weak point and will stop pouring altogether. To make matters worse, HB uses a weird screw that you cannot turn unless you have the right bit, and, once you do finally get to the piece, there is no where to order a replacement.

Summary: Hamilton Beach built an intentional flaw that is difficult/impossible to repair so you will need to purchase another machine in under a year.

Posted on Feb 24, 2010

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Mine did the same thing, except I have the model #47665 because the model you have I had to replace twice. It would start/stop numerous times during brewing. Anyway, if yours leaks coffee the same as mine it's because the tiny plastic part holding the small rubber gasket that controls leaking (inside the tank under the screen) is most likely broken. Apparently it's a common problem. I called HB at 1-800-851-8900 and talked to customer support. They are sending me a whole new tank (cannot just fix the gasket) for the whopping price of $5.00 to cover shipping. That's right, $5.00 for shipping gets you a whole new tank. I love Hamilton Beach. They truly do stand behind their products. Again Hamilton Beach product support, 1-800-851-8900 good luck to ya........Katherine

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My coffeemaker makes the coffee just fine every morning, and we leave it on for 2-3 hours and then it turns off automatically , but later it leaks back to the water reservoir and then out the bottom all over my cabinet. What is wrong?

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I have a Hamilton Beach Brew Station Deluxe coffee maker that has been leaking from the bottom of the unit with almost every pot that is made.


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IF BY BOTTOM YOU MEAN BOTTOM OF THE POT, YOU'LL LIKELY NEED A REPLACEMENT POT (CALLED A TANK). REPLACEMNT PARTS YOU NEED ARE NO WHERE TO BE FOUND BY ME AND I HAVE LOOKED FOR HOURS.

Might want to call to assure this will work in your model Brewstation.
This vendor is in canada. $9 CDN is cheap enough.

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Parts for Hamilton Beach BrewStation® 12 Cup Coffeemaker With Timer


http://forumappliances.com/images/Hamilton%20Beach/Hamilton%20Beach%20Parts/Hamilton%20Beach%20P-990021600.jpg

It's called a tank, not a pot. $9 CDN. Haven't been able to find in US yet. This is very hard to belive considering they make so many small appliances I think HB is not making parts available intentially to get consuners to buy again. Not sure this is smart.

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