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My lavazza espresso point machine leaks water into the tray. where can I get the seals kit to repair it?

Leaks water into the tray when making coffee

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You should take it back and get an exchange, refund, or a different make. It could be something as simple as a loose water hose, but it's going to take disassembling the machine to find and fix it. Your best venue is to get a different one- this one is seriously flawed.
Good luck, and hope this helps.

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I owe this solution to one of our experts, Seldemseen: "there is a O-ring seal between the heater and water feed...U have to remove apprx 8 allen screws on the top of the heater plate, remove the wiring connectors from the heating element and overload sensors and the heater plate romoves from the attached bottom plate. The seal is located on the center nipple and is apprx 1/8" round."

He replaced his seal with one from his local hardware store.

Good luck to you,

I hope this helps. If it did, I'd appreciate a 4 thumbs up. Thanks,

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