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Dual Frother Plus

The Dual Frother Plus on my Impressa S7 does not stay connected during steaming/frothing. I already know about the small holes that need to be cleaned. I'm thinking an O-ring needs to be replaced. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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Contact Jura, this is a recall issue and they will replace it for free. Beats getting burned from the steam. The new part has fewer pieces and is easier to clean.
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Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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