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After taking brew unit out for cleaning I cannot get it back in place. I've had the coffee maker for 3 years and have had this problem pretty often

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Change the little rubber seal inside maybe it`s missing ,this is retain the stainless stell brewer ,sorry for my english ,hope it will help you! bye Gilles.

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