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Posted Mon Jul 22, 2013, 11:02am
Subject: Vienna Plus leaking
 

I got this as a gift and now it starts leaking when i make coffee, it still makes delicious coffee but it leaks from underneath every single time! it gets really annoying when i have to clean it. Please help!
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Posted Mon Jul 22, 2013, 11:26am
Subject: Re: Vienna Plus leaking
 

Post a video on youtube so we can see what is going on.

 
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Posted Mon Jul 22, 2013, 11:33am
Subject: Re: Vienna Plus leaking
 

Good luck. Not many here use or like SuperAuto machines. We do have some repair people who are on the board though so you might get an answer but it may be as simple as a gasket or out there in never never land YMMV!

 
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Posted Thu Jul 25, 2013, 7:32pm
Subject: Re: Vienna Plus leaking
 

"It leaks from underneath" is just a misperception caused by an abundance of gravity.  It actually leaks from where the problem is, but if you don't look for it, eventually the water makes its way "Underneath".  I didn't bother replying to this topic two days ago because I figured more info was forthcoming, but now I will pry.
Have you opened it?  Have you tried running it with the body panels off?  Have you inspected the brew-unit for displaced or torn o-rings?
If you find the actual leak rather than the puddle and post a picture of the leaking part in relation to the parts around and connected to it along with a description of what stage of what function the machine is in when the leak manifests someone might be able to name the part, the connection type that it is leaking over or something.
I don't mean to sound snarky, but if you want help from others, help us a little.
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