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Tried customer support on 0161 652 1211 who said replacements are no longer available. You can use the kettle without the filter but the auto-stop feature is likely not to work so don't leave it unattended.
Vinegar is very good at removing scaly deposits. Heat white/clear vinegar just as you would normally heat the water for your tea. After heating the vinegar, pour out and rinse thoroughly with water. If there are still deposits after this first attempt, use vinegar once again. Once you are satisfied that all the deposits have been removed, heat water in the tea pot 2-3 times to remove any smell or taste from the vinegar (before using for tea).
mcdevito75 here, this website should help you out www.breville.comau/products It seems you can only email them from this site. You may be able to use the paper filters available at any store that carries coffee makers, maybe even some Dollar stores. Hope this helps.