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  1. Repairing Dolce Gusto Melody Water Seal, Repairing Dolce Gusto Melody Water Seal: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    • Be sure to unplug the device before you begin the procedure.

    • Remove the 6 screws from the back.

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    • Gently pull at the top of the rear cover.

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    • Locate the dirty seal inside

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    • Pull out the rubber seal and the filter.

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    • Clean the inside of the cover, the rubber ring, the filter and the holder of the rubber and filter.

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    • Put it all back together... First the filter, then the rubber ring... You need the smooth side of the ring facing up.

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    • Hook back in the back cover, be careful not to break the clip at the bottom

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    • Back together... And you are ready to make some coffee...

Conclusión

In case you notice the water seal rubber is broken or has tiny cuts in it. You can re-order part: MS-0907124 - Krups Seal

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Hi! I do have that problem and that is probably the reason why it leaks as I live in an area of very hard water.I am trying to follow your instructions but I can find the right screwdriver to open it up.Do you know how do they call the bit I need to open it up?thanks

Cfernandez - Contestar

I think it's pierced star T10

Hugo Valgalier - Contestar

Really helpful - thanks so much I think it has done the trick !

I didn't think I had the right screwdriver but then found it in a kit I bought recently.

traceyhealey - Contestar

Thanks! The same seal worked also with De Longhi EDG 600.B

Giulio Malventi - Contestar

Hi, just taken mine apart and although no crud on the seal I did notice that it was lower than the clear plastic suround it sits in. Either the seal isn't deep enough or its shrunk over time, hence the leak. Oh yes there are in fact 8 screw's in the black outer housing. Hope this helps.

Alan Stubbs - Contestar

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