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The hard plastic gasket that fits 1/2 of the seal has fallen off - I can manually put it back in place each time I make espresso, but it doesn't always stay in place. How can I get a replacement?

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Here is the contact info for the authorized Krups parts vendor. I was not able to locate the exact part as the number off the bottom of the machine is required. They should have no problem getting you a new gasket. Hope this helped some:)

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There are screws under the fold of the freezer door gasket that holds the brace for the gasket in place. Lift the rubber gasket to expose the screw head, one section at a time. Just loosen the screw, and do not take it completely out.

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  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

  • Read more: How to Fix a Freezer Door Seal | eHow.co.uk http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_4855248_fix-freezer-door-seal.html#ixzz0rY7rn3O8
  • Step 3 Continue around the freezer door, unloosening the screw, taking out the old gasket and fitting the new one in.
  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

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