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The water going into the tray

Please can someone tell me how you replace the rubber seal inside the machine

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  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2008

    would you how or decribe to me how to chenge the rubber seal?

  • oldwomble Jun 07, 2008

    The coffee is going into the trat sometimes, not always all of it, sometimes about half of it. Can anyone help please.

  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    Is there a diagram or a detail graphic picters of how to change a ring?



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Hi There The answer is very simple it is the main seal from the from the press unit which can be changed if you are not handicapped with mechanical things. The O-ring is a red color on with a shore of 50+-5% and for a heat application of around 100 degree Celsius. The dimensions are 38mm ID by 3.55mm diameter. I hope this info was helpful if not u can call 00971506544928 or just e-mail to [email protected] and I will guide u through.

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