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Krups xp 4020 leaking

When brewing the water spills out over the filter holder from the brewing head on removal of the brewing head there is a rubber seal wich appears to have a piece removed i.e cut out of it is it supposed to be like this ?? or is this what is causing my problem?

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  • Anonymous Nov 20, 2007

    I have a xp 4050 and the same has happend to my seal which is silicon. Previous clean before I had this problem the seal was a pefect ring no cuts. A piece has blown away causing grinds to leak as machine pumps up, where can i buy a new one.

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2007

    have exacly the same problem - small part has blown off the ring and the coffee now spills over rather than going through the filter. Been looking everywhere for a part but no joy

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My Krups leaks like a sieve and I found parts (seals) available at  smallappliance.com

Posted on Dec 22, 2007

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