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A New clip for the faucet

I don't need an entire faucet for my urn, all I need is the little clip that you push on to have the coffee come out. Can I order that apart from ordering the entire faucet section?

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Re: A New clip for the faucet


Here is a link so you can order you parts.

Looks like you will have to order the whole thing,

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