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Hey,

hope you guys can help. My trusty Silvia, 9 years old, has begun to leak. In the linked video you can see the place; I'm not sure what the part is called, but seems to be from a seam in a brass part stemming from the boiler...? The question is if this can be fixed – and if, then how? Might I need some spare parts (which, and from where?) or do I simply have to tighten something?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAWbE1dC6_A

 

Thanks in advance!

John

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Change the boiler gasket, optionally you can replace and two solenoid o-rings.


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