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Leaking system frother

Our 2 year old espresso maker is leaking from the frothing unit when machine is on. is there a replacement part to fix this?

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  • Muzikluvah Jun 12, 2008

    this machine does not have a screw at the bottom, the black tip comes off to clean, but there is just a spigot. the arm goes directly in the machine.



    thank you for tryin'!

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Is the frothing wand completely screwed in? You can actually unscrew it (or partially unscrew it) by moving it slightly when you're cleaning it. Twist the black tip, at the very bottom, and you'll find that you can screw it on & off. Make sure it is screwed on tightly & it shouldn't leak.

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