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Resevoir leaking on Saeco Trevi(like Vienna)

My resevoir doesn't seat properly and leaks all over counter . Is there a gasket or seal or perhaps a new spring to make this seat right? Doesn't do it all the time but frequently. I am assumung it is the resevoir and not an internal hose because it stops if I remove the resevoir

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you have to replace the gasket in your water inlet, if you look where the inlet is you will see there are a little gap between the chassis and the inlet.
Take a screwdriver and bend up the plastic, you will now see the gasket.

The gasket have spare part number: 145842900

Hope this will help you.

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