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I have a starbucksw Barist esspesso machine. The handle that holds the coffee needed cleaning, and a little spring popped loose. Do you know where it might go?

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Http://www.partsguru.com/user/Barista%2005.01.pdf

Check here, all the parts are listed, it apparently may be the spring for the boiler seal.

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