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I have a new Hamilton beach can 0pener 76606za. I started it and a piece of plastic popped out of cutter. I tore it off and it will not start. What to do? I would like to repair it myself.

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SOURCE: user guide for hamilton beach espresso model # 40729

If you go to www.hamiltonbeach.com you will find a user guide there for this model.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Hamilton Beach Stay or go Coffee Machine

I finally got in touch with the Hamilton Beach (1-800-851-8900 between 8:30-4:00 EST) and found out that Model 45235G replacement carafe is available for order from them for $25.98 (S/H included) plus state sales tax.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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SOURCE: My hamilton beach brewstation is leaking.

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.

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SOURCE: Hamilton Beach Espresso Machine not working

I have the same issue -- machine is NOT clogged. I've torn the think apart, and looking at the way it is designed I am thinking that the pressure relief valve (at least that is what it appears to be) is malfunctioning.

The steamer will work briefly, but runs out of steam almost immediately. If your machine is having a similar problem, I suggest that you open it up and look at how it works (there are two screws on the top under the door for the scoop. You've got to drill out the cover caps to get to the screws underneath -- at least that is how I got them out...they covers are really long plastic plugs and trying to get them out with a thin screwdriver did not work -- but using a drill bit pulled them right out).

I don't know where to find a replacement valve -- sorry.

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