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Bunn coffee maker leaks water only during operation...near end of the cycle (not when it just sits & not when water is first added).

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There is a gasket where the water inters the tank,you have to remove the tank to get to it .mark down how it is wired so you can hook it back up.Use a high-temp
silacone ( auto ) and seal it under the the gasket and around the edge of the gasket.. 2 screws holding the metal plate plate. 4 screws holding tank need a 12 or 14 " phillips to reach down on the side of the tank to remove outer cover.

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