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Yes you can. There's a bit of work involved. The issue is you have to remove the boiler through the top of the machine in order to access the gasket. If you're not careful, you can break one or all 3 lights because of the wires attached and the limited amount of room. I would take pics of everything before you begin. Then remove the 2 screws from the top of the machine. You can see all the wires and the brass boiler. Next remove the 4 cap screws near the brewhead where the portafilter goes. When you do this, you will see the boiler is now loose. I will let you decide how you want to do the rest. Either remove and label all the wires, or remove some of them or whatever you choose. Once you can remove the boiler, you will see that the chrome brewhead cover also comes off revealing gasket. Remove the damaged gasket, and clean the area where it sits. Put on the new gasket and put everything back. That's it. Good luck!

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