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Needs new gasket (o ring)

I've searched for this part but can't find it (can't find my parts list for a reference number)

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  • Br4dic4l Apr 22, 2009

    The gasket surrounding the water outlet on the espresso side has torn and I need to replace it. Any help locating this part will be most appreciated!

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Go to Capresso.com. Go to parts, and use the online part order form and ask for the price on a O-ring. You will need your model type. They will contact you and tell you what you need; or alternatively, just mail your the o-ring.

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