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Filter Screen Where and how do I buy a new filter screen for this coffee maker? DC110 & DC110T

  • plebe1660 Aug 09, 2008

    Staying in a rented apartment for weekend. Includes this coffee maker. For the life of me, I can't get the filter area open. No way, no how. What is the secret?? I can't get it open to put the coffee in.

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Go to nelsonappliance dot com. they have all parts for the DeLonghi

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