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Water sprays Hot water does sprays all over. All trouble shooting (in owners manual)procedures have been repeatedly performed.What options are left to perform.

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    Ken O'Connell Mar 30, 2014

    Water spills out from the top of the machine during brewing process. We have tried all the required procedures without success.more than once. This must be a defect in the product which was purchased 9 months ago. The product has not been used daily, but 2-3 times per week and only for 1 serving. Can it be fixed or do we just discard it as a lost cause.

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Ken - this too sounds like the rubber gasket that goes around the water output is either missing or defective. I had that issue with a keurig at work. There is a small cylindrical rubber gasket that goes around the water output in the top of the brew head that helps seal over the top of the k-cup when closed. Make sure this didn't come off.

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I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure.
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