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We just received this coffee maker but without instructions. there is a plastic long piece with two oval holes in it. where does this part go and is the bottom of it supposed to hold a filter?

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Get the manual here: http://www.delonghiusa.com/index.php?product&nid=94

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This is the chlorine filter holder. Need to buy the chlorine filters. Not cheap.

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