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I need a new gasget (plastic seal) for the top of my espresso machine "Maxim Expres-2 Model EX-202.

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I have the version with an on/off switch on the front and a separate knob to control the steam nozzle.

- Use the carafe to measure the water, then pour into the tank and replace the screw-on lid.
- Measure coffee into the metal basket (don't remember the proportions of coffee to water - you
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- I tamped the coffee lightly - not as much pressure as you use with a pump-driven machine.
- Put the basket into the handle, line up the slots and twist the handle to the side to secure (I'm
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- Push the button to "on". For espresso, just wait until it stops dripping. This is a steam-driven
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- Frothing: If you are going to froth milk, you need to do it WHILE THE COFFEE IS DRIPPING.
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That's what I remember, hope it helps.

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