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Water leak THe water leaks out of the bottom of the coffee maker immediately after I pour it in. What should I do?

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Just had the same problem the heater ring at the bottom has a whole in it or the hoses have got a crack in it. use a no 9 torx driver to take the bottom off. the check hold it up get water in it and look for the leak. the heat ring should have white corrosion on it, that should be were the leak is

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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