Question about Bunn 10 Cup Home Coffee Brewer
This needs surgery - so make sure it's unplugged, then remove the base & covers.
Look for leaks around seals and pipes.
80% of the time - it's a seal that is faulty. You can contact the manufacturer for a replacement - or - just use standard silicone sealant to apply a thin layer over the defective area of seal - then re-assemble.
Silicone is so effective thesedays - that engine sumps are "glued on" rather than using a solid gasket. I'ts cheap and effective for repairs like this also.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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