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Introduction

Does your Cuisinart coffee maker leak water from the bottom of the machine? This guide will show how to fix the problem by checking and replacing the internal hoses. You will need a tweezers and the bit driver with the T10 driver bit.

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  1. Flip the coffee maker over so the bottom is facing upwards. Use the screwdriver with size 4 extension with the T10  Torx bit to remove all four 17 mm long screws. Lift the bottom cover off the bottom of the coffee maker.
    • Flip the coffee maker over so the bottom is facing upwards.

    • Use the screwdriver with size 4 extension with the T10 Torx bit to remove all four 17 mm long screws.

    • Lift the bottom cover off the bottom of the coffee maker.

  2. Gently squeeze the hose clamps together and begin moving the metal clamp away from the heating element. Gently squeeze the hose clamps together and begin moving the metal clamp away from the heating element.
    • Gently squeeze the hose clamps together and begin moving the metal clamp away from the heating element.

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  4. Gently pull on the loose hose to remove it from the heating element. Gently pull on the loose hose to remove it from the heating element. Gently pull on the loose hose to remove it from the heating element.
    • Gently pull on the loose hose to remove it from the heating element.

  5. Squeeze the clamp  with tweezers on the opposite end of the hose from the one you already removed. Once the clamp is free, gently pull upwards on the hose to remove it. Replace the disconnected hose with a new functioning hose.
    • Squeeze the clamp with tweezers on the opposite end of the hose from the one you already removed.

    • Once the clamp is free, gently pull upwards on the hose to remove it.

    • Replace the disconnected hose with a new functioning hose.

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