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The black tube protruding from the coffee maker is broken. So, the water is leaking through the base and I have no coffee coming out of th dispenser. How do I remove it to replace? Looks like I can twist 1/4 turn and remove, but it would not move. Where do I get the replacement part?

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I'm guessing this is one of the rubber tips at the lower part of the spout with sort of a flattened oval shape to it. If you haven't yanked it completely out and still see the black hose. You may be able to plug it up or clamp it shut as the coffee should come out of the other black hose. It's part of a T-hose connection that splits the coffee stream to fill two cups at the same time. But like most of us, we don't like to 'share' so working with one spout should be okay. To fix it requires a service center as the machine needs to be taken apart just to replace it. (think of a 50 cent gasket on a car that needs the whole engine to be apart just to replace it.) Good luck and Keep the kids away from the spout as it does look like a 'nose'

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