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Leaking from base/side seam of urn

Urn/tank leaks from aroung the base after coffee has brewed. What glue will seal this? I anticipate using super glue after thoroughly cleaning the surfaces

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  • Joellemarie Mar 06, 2008

    I'm sorry I can't help, I can only sympathize. Mine does the same thing, and as it has recently gotten worse, I finally broke down and bought a new coffeemaker today. BUT...I love my brewmaster, and I'm holding onto it in the hopes of either fixing it, or finding a replacement carafe.



    I'll keep checking back, let me know if the superglue works? Or if anyone knows where I can find a replacement carafe? I've had no luck finding one so far.



    Thanks!

  • coffeehead Apr 07, 2008

    YES! Please help us find a solution to this! Or send us rebate checks! Want to keep the Brewmaster but can't have coffee all over my kitchen counter every morning, either. Bummed.

  • chzzyd May 02, 2008

    I have the exact same problem! I think I'm going to have to replace the coffee pot. Bummer!

  • 2ndtimeround May 20, 2008

    same problem here. First time round was under warranty so in the end I got a new machine (same start time for one year warranty though) and same thing happened with this one as well. No satisfaction from Hamilton Beach, second time round so now what? I too love the machine but honestly how many of these machines can I send to the landfill in good conscience!!!

  • Anonymous Jul 21, 2008

    Hi this is 2ndtimearound I didn't know how to update my comment. I called Hamilton Beach and explained the problem again, the pot was a replacement for the first one that was under warranty. Warranty's stay with the first purchase they don't start another year, BUT they did send me a new replacement part for the leaking one, not just a seal the whole pot! I had just broken down and bought a different coffeemaker, but will keep it in storage in case this one leaks as well. But I have my machine back working, very happy. I really like the Hamilton Beach 47474 when it's not leaking coffee all over my countertops! Good luck, when you call the calls are recorded and your concerns are written down and reviewed. Take care

  • Anonymous Sep 01, 2008

    The coffee urn has cracked around the heating element where the the mounting screw are located and leaks into the water resavoir. I tried to reseal the cracks with a two part epoxy, it didn't last.

  • dursocdt Dec 07, 2008

    I have a model # 47454 brew station deluxe. it leaks from the side seam of the carafe , through the machine , and on to my countertop." a real mess maker". I think hamilton ***** should come up with a quality replacement, reguardless of warranty limit. I comend hamilton beach on a well designed yet defective product.

  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    I've been using one of our dinner plates under the BrewStation, I'm fed up. you can order a replacement tank here: http://www.abtecparts.com/hamilton_beach...

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    The coffee tank leaks at the wield at the upper side and the lower base,in the front. This is the second tank that has leaked at the same area. No relief from Hamiton Beach, have to buy a new tank.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    will not brew because it leaks through the seal of the filter area

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I bought a new urn from ABTECParts USA.

Posted on May 10, 2008

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This website has replacement seals and tanks
http://abtecparts.com/hamilton_beach_coffee_maker.htm

Posted on May 10, 2008

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Hi this is 2ndtimearound I didn't know how to update my comment. I called Hamilton Beach and explained the problem again, the pot was a replacement for the first one that was under warranty. Warranty's stay with the first purchase they don't start another year, BUT they did send me a new replacement part for the leaking one, not just a seal the whole pot! I had just broken down and bought a different coffeemaker, but will keep it in storage in case this one leaks as well. But I have my machine back working, very happy. I really like the Hamilton Beach 47474 when it's not leaking coffee all over my countertops! Good luck, when you call the calls are recorded and your concerns are written down and reviewed. Take care

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My coffee maker came with seals that take care of the problem; however, I bent the spring when I replaced the seal and now am looking for a spring. The bent spring also allows the coffee urn to leak.

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