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Our coffee pot will not release water into the k-cup unless you pull the hose off of the clear plastic filter looking mechanism. (maybe check valve) this is on top of the mechanism that punctures the k-cup. Can you order another one of these parts? If so where?

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Hello,

what you will have to do to solve this problem is that you will have to do self cleaning on the coffee maker

however, (not the bathroom one) is a handy item to use to clean coffee residue off the inside of a glass coffee carafe.
  • Does your pot have hard to reach areas? Use a wooden chopstick with a paper towel to get in there.
  • You can put ice cubes and a little water(enough so you can swirl it around) in pot and swirl them around, for harder stains put some table salt in pot and swirl it around for a few minutes and then rinse.
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  • For tough stains, scrub the pot using a paper towel or clean (not soapy) dish towel. Rinse thoroughly.
  • To clean just the pot, do what many restaurants do. Put about two cups of ice, 1/4 cup of rock or table salt, and 1/4 cup of lemon juice (bottled or fresh is fine) and swirl around the pot. Measurements are not that important, just guesstimate. Be sure that the pot is cold before you try this, or you may break the glass pot.
  • Clean a brand new coffee pot prior to using it for the first time.
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  • To keep the inside area around basket, filter, lid area clean (from coffee ground spatter) simply place a SECOND filter over the top of the grounds in the FIRST filter. Push second filter down so that spout will clear top of second filter (on many makes of coffee makers) as lid is closed. This keeps interior in pristine condition and doesn't take much time or expense.
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Most modern coffee pots have a feature in them to keep you from spilling coffee all over the place when you want to take a cup of coffee before they finish brewing. It sounds like you are having some issues with yours.

Basically, the way they work is that there is some sort of gasket (rubber disk) that has a lever/spring mechanism that plugs the way out of the filter basket when there isn't a coffee pot under the filter basket. They are designed so that the lid of the coffee pot pushes up on part of the mechanism and forcing the little gasket open. (You can generally figure it out pretty easily by fiddling with it.) It sounds like you may not be assembling the lid on the pot completely (this model has a lid where the dome sticks up) or may be missing the lid all together. It's also possible that a piece of packing material may be clogging this or the gasket could be stuck shut, maybe with dried coffee.

One sign that the assembly is working properly is there is just a little bit of resistance (not very noticable) when you first start putting to pot in place and it makes a clicking/thunking noise when the pot fully seats.

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