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Need to replace filter basket drip spout rubber ring

The rubber ring that holds the drip plunger broke and we would like to replace only that part or the filter basket the Cooks coffee pot is sold at JC Penney as part of the Home Collection

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    i mean the rubber ring surrounding the coffee filter

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After searching for the replacement basket on web took whole coffee maker back to jcp and they replaced the 12cup coffee maker with a new item.

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