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I need a filter sieve for i cup CafePresso Crematic Art 874/936 I live in the erepublic of Ireland Casey.phyllis@gmail.com. Would really appreciate your help!

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The sieve in the brew unit appears to be clogged, you say you have cleaned under the flaps, but are you sure there`s nothing left on the sieve? Clean out all coffeegrounds you find inside there. Also, check the grinder setting; it could be you have set it to fine. This usually makes the coffee barely dripping from the spout. After cleaning and adjusting the grinder setting, you should run a cleaningprogram.

In worst case; the sieve has to be taken out and cleaned, this is not recomended to do without training.

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I have to hold the filter when making coffee - if I don't the filter holder starts to unwind and then coffee and water spurts everywhere. It has only just started this and I clean it constantly making...


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1. Hooks - the hooks could be worn
2. Gasket - it could be worn or broken.

You need to replace the filter holder or the rubber seal/gasket.

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