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Leak water tank

I have a Keurig B70-77, and my water tank keeps on leaking I looked ans their is a little rubber gasket that has a small cut (tear) in it. I was wondering if it is possib le to change that gasket or do I have to buy a new machine? If it is possible to change this part where do I get this gasket?

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