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Coffee maker leaking

I received a new GE coffeemaker model # 169123 for Xmas and when it perks it spits water over the side of the pot. Everything appears to be seated properly, lid, basket, and so forth. It looks like the water is partially bouncing off the lid and splattering over the side. Any suggestions?

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Did you fix the problem? I am looking for a replacement for my glass pot.. If you are willing to get rid of this maker please let me know. Thanks
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