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Missing a piece

I am missing the little pot with a handle that holds the coffee on the expresso side. Where can I get a replacement and also a user manual for a BC070?

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Re: Missing a piece

It appears as though there's a few pieces missing, if you're missing everything from the plastic to the glass.
The first is the filter holder, which, after some research, is cheapest on Amazon once you account for shipping. It's available here.
The next piece is the espresso filter. I'm not sure if the filter has to be the one listed by the brand to work, but after looking at other filters, I just decided to go with the official one. It's available here from Amazon.
You can search for these pieces using their model numbers. I believe had the filter cheaper, but Amazon had the holder for less, and they're much more reputable and the shipping was faster.
The manual (available from fixya) has all the pieces lsited. There's also a measuring spoon and a 2 cup adapter listed as between the main part of the machine (the black plastic) and the glass holder that I'm assuming you can do without.
There's a list of all the parts for the machine available here but their shipping is ridiculous and the parts are available for less elsewhere.
In any case, after much research, I ended up getting the machine from a thrift store for $5 and all the parts for an additional $35. It might have been less if I didn't need that exact filter, but I'd been looking all these pieces up for so long and didn't want to chance paying shipping twice that I just bought that.
Good luck!

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Re: Missing a piece

I ordered one from or try At delonghi's site, the menu on the left: click Purchase Parts and Accessories then click "All Other De Longhi Products" then at the top of the screen click "Kitchen" then "Coffee products" then "Combination Machines." Make sure you are at b/c they also have a shopdelonghi site that doesn't sell replacement parts.

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