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My old vpr machine is leaking water out of the side of the water tank any suggestions or should I pitch it ?

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  • barbergirl May 12, 2008

    My old vpr machine is leaking water out of the side of the water tank, any suggestions or is it time to get a new machine

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Sorry to say but it is time to get a new machine.
You can get a new tank but the cost is kinda high.
Please follow LINK for parts list. On line you can find the parts or at www.bunnomatic.com

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