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I need to replace the gasket in the water reservoir, but can't figure out how to get at the gasket.

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I believe the gasket you are look for is the same as on the saeco machines. Check out
We have sold out at this time, but if you preorder it should be in with-in a few weeks.

Saeco parts and information:

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