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Where to buy replacement parts?

Need the small rubber hoses that connect to the heating element.
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Link to part:
http://www.smallappliance.com/product.asp?pid=2243&cur=USD&cam=pr

Part number is Krups 0694911 Tube
$2.99 each + shipping, special order - 2-6 weeks to ship. Had to go through their customer service to get exploded parts diagram with part number, but if I can save a perfectly good coffee maker from the scrapheap for $6 + shipping, it'll be worth the effort and the wait.

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The procedure is as follows:--- 1) First of all unplug the dryer from electric outlet for safety reasons.
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