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Look in the guide, step # 9. There, on the second picture, you see that long, black part on top of the piston. This part can be turned: it mounts the strainer of the top-piston. when you turn it, the screw of the strainer should counterrotate. When the strainerscrew leaves that part, just pull out that black piece; there you will find a black O-ring. That O-ring often leaks after reparation because the strainer-screw is often mounted too tight.
-For more information, google "Rändelspannmutter Saeco". Good luck !
+For more information, google "Rändelspannmutter Saeco".
+There is a new version and an older one, look carefully.
+Good luck !

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Look in the guide, step # 9. There, on the second picture, you see that long, black part on top of the piston. This part can be turned: it mounts the strainer of the top-piston. when you turn it, the screw of the strainer should counterrotate. When the strainerscrew leaves that part, just pull out that black piece; there you will find a black O-ring. That O-ring often leaks after reparation because the strainer-screw is often mounted too tight.
-For more information, google "Rändelspannmutter". Good luck !
+For more information, google "Rändelspannmutter Saeco". Good luck !

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Look in the guide, step # 9. There, on the second picture, you see that long, black part on top of the piston. This part can be turned: it mounts the strainer of the top-piston. when you turn it, the screw of the strainer should counterrotate. When the strainerscrew leaves that part, just pull out that black piece; there you will find a black O-ring. That O-ring often leaks after reparation because the strainer-screw is often mounted too tight.

For more information, google "Rändelspannmutter".  Good luck !

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