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My Keurig is leaking from the bottom, but only while brewing. The I rings are fine and I tried silicone grease, but it looks like the leak is coming from somewhere up inside towards the back. Ideas?

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The silicon seal inside the coffee maker tends to disintergrate. Bunn Inc. does not sell parts for the inside of the coffee makers, but a seal kit can be purchased through a small appliance repair center or repaired for a small cost. Kit is about $8.00 at most places.

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