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Bonjour Caffe Froth plasatic part broken

I have a Bonjour Caffe Froth that made great froth until the plastic bottom broke, the part that fits on the nut which secures the screen in place. Everyone has replacement carafe but not that little clear plastic part.

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My frother fell apart.
What order do these parts fit back together?
Am I missing a screw on the bottom.
Lost, any help out there?

Posted on May 28, 2008

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Same thing happened to me????? I don't understand. Have you goten yours back together yet. I JUST bought mine.

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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