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Broken O-ring floating in water reservoir. Where does it go? Should I replace it? No leaks anywhere. Machine works fine otherwise

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The o-ring you found floating goes around the black circle of plastic that surrounds the water inlet valve at the bottom of the inside of the reservoir. It's only used to create a seal when you're using the attachable water filter. If you're not using the attachable water filter, you don't need to replace the o-ring.

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