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Einleitung

This guide is to instruct a person on how to remove a worn out washer or remove an extra washer that may have been installed during manufacturing.

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  1. With one hand, press in the two gray oval shaped buttons found on either side. Gently pull back on the cover until it releases from the device.
    • With one hand, press in the two gray oval shaped buttons found on either side.

    • Gently pull back on the cover until it releases from the device.

    • Remove the back cover of the device.

  2. Grasp the CO2 tank and twist it in a clockwise motion. Once the CO2 tank is free, pull it towards you and lift upwards to remove it from the device.
    • Grasp the CO2 tank and twist it in a clockwise motion.

    • Once the CO2 tank is free, pull it towards you and lift upwards to remove it from the device.

  3. Flip the device upside down. Locate the washer, this will be in the valve where the CO2 tank was located.
    • Flip the device upside down.

    • Locate the washer, this will be in the valve where the CO2 tank was located.

    • Using tweezers, remove the old/ extra wash and insert a new washer if needed.

    • For your machine to function properly, there should only be one washer present.

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Katie Fetters

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Any idea what the washer size is?

adamlouie - Antwort

I was experiencing flat soda, and I finally found that the place where the co2 was escaping. Over the years, the straw part of the machine had come unscrewed just enough to allow the gas to escape. If you are not getting fizzy soda, also check the tightness of the straw part.

Dan Urness - Antwort

Thank you for submitting this! I have one of the original Sodastream machines (Mother’s Day gift 2011) and use it almost daily for sparkling water. Suddenly had problems with a new refill and thought I’d have to replace the washer or perhaps even the machine. Turns out it was the straw thing being loose. You saved me a trip to the hardware store and then replacement cost for a new machine when the washer didn’t fix it!

Laurie Fields -

YES! This was my problem and you solved it. Took me less than a minute to fix. I suspect this is more likely the issue with most machines, rather than washers that can’t be replaced. Thanks for the tip!

Judy Dardeck -

I think this is my problem (either that, or the washer above the straw needs to be replaced), but I don’t see how to tighten the straw.

What am I missing?

Thanks,

Mark G. -

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