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First check if there is a warranty left , if its not ask your dealer for a remplacement part (if there is) pay first attention about the price ( once in a while buying something complete is cheaper then you buy it separate . on a marketing technical decision is that made and sometimes is the an remplace object to get for a good price but ask first if your dealer has a large purchasing organization then there is somtimes more to get , because of the change in selfrepairing is not always lucrative anymore , its made for a number of operating hours, then complete replacement can sometimes be cheaper then repair, but if its only a charger or is it a battery ? a measurement must be made a charger can be ordered , but if its the battery meaningful before buying to ask for the price differences.
Usually you should find the Customer Service telephone number on the website and call right away to cancel the duplicate order. If they ship both orders, you may have to pay the shipping to return one of them for refund.
I have one too. Had the same problem and needed a new clean Kcup. The oil residue build up wasn't allowing the coffee to pass through. Some models also have internal filters. Bed Bath Beyond has all the replacement parts and lists the units by Model on the part. Hope this helps.
these cordless units are no more than a broom. toss it out and go buy a real vacuum with a cord. FYI cheap vacuums are cheap vacuums. if you want something to last a do a great job you have to put out a little more money for it.