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My Bunn coffee maker is leaking water

When we pour water in the maker ir leaks out the back

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  • Anonymous Sep 01, 2008

    When I add water it leaks out of the back. I just replaced my last coffeemaker because of this problem. I've only had this cooffeemaker for approx. one month so I shouldn't need any replacement parts.

  • kaptenbly Dec 29, 2008

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    leaks at top, where coffee and filter slide in,right side.

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  1. Remove nut and gaskets
  2. Mix small batch of JB Quick (a version of JB Weld)
  3. Spread JB Quick with putty knofe or wide screw driver on bottom and top of degraded plastic around hole
  4. Let dry foe four or five hours (speed us slightly with hair dryer)
  5. Smoothe hard but uneven surface with fine sandpaper
  6. Reassemble

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

Dennis Karlen supplies repair parts for this problem. You can find the various kits on his website

http://www.jneuhaus.com/appliance/karlen.html

There are other suppliers who sell two silicon washers and a stainless steel washer in kits, but they tend to run considerably more.

The rubber washer would degrade quickly due to the heat. You may be able to get by with a new silicon washer. Check your local (not national chain but local francisee) hardware store.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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The fill Tank is plastic and degrades over time. I bought a large rubber washer from local plumbing store to fill the void and seal the leak. The problem has returned and I need to replace the water fill tank completely. If possible??!!!. When to take the top of you will see a large screw with a hole in it, that is were the leaks occur.

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

  • jerryu56 Jun 16, 2011

    Heat will degrade the rubber or plastic washer. Silicon washers will work but are difficult to find. I went to the auto parts store and purchased material used to make head gaskets for autos. Head gaskets have to endure both high heat and water. I removed the three screws from the top cover and removed cover. Unscrew the fill nut from the fill tank and remove the tank. I used the placed the stainless steel washer on the head gasket material, traced around the outside and inside and carefull cut the head gasket material in the shape of the stainless washer. Reassembled and it works. After four or five hours (when tank gets hot again) you may need to tighten the nut a little (expansion) in the bottom of the fill tank. Head gasket washers have been in for over two years now without water leaks.

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Time for a new one they erode over time

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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