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Technivorm Moccamaster Replacement Spray Arm

SKU# PRT499A0020

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$22.00

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This part is a crucial part of the Technivorm drip brewer. It transports the water from the boiler and gently releases it over onto the filter basket with the 9-hole sprayer pattern. Take care of your Technivorm and it will take care of you...with great tasting coffee. Hit this with a little coffee cleaner like Full Circle Cleaning Powder when you are cleaning out your carafe.
Technivorm Moccamaster Replacement Spray Arm

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This part is a crucial part of the Technivorm drip brewer. It transports the water from the boiler and gently releases it over onto the filter basket with the 9-hole sprayer pattern. Take care of your Technivorm and it will take care of you...with great tasting coffee. Hit this with a little coffee cleaner like Full Circle Cleaning Powder when you are cleaning out your carafe.

Width 1.5 inches
Depth .5 inches
Height 7.5 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 0.6000
Material Metal and Plastic
Manufacturer Technivorm

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Technivorm Moccamaster Replacement Spray Arm
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steve asked: I need the rubber casket that that the arm attaches to. Is it included with the arm? Jan 25, 2013
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Teri KStaff: Unfortunately the rubber gasket for the Technivorm tubing is not included with the Replacement Spray Arm. Jan 30, 2013
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Tyler T: Teri K: Please provide the part number for the rubber gasket that the spray arm attaches to. Do you stock this gasket? If not, please provide information for acquiring same. Nov 11, 2013
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Teri KStaff: Hi Tyler,

Unfortunately we do not stock this gasket, nor do we have parts diagrams that I can use to provide you with a part number. Your best bet would be to contact Technivorm directly at info.us@moccamaster.com. Sorry I can't assist further! Nov 12, 2013
Ilze S asked: Hello!
I have a mocha master the water that comes out of the spray arm only drips from the middle not all 9 holes would buying this replacement part fix this issue?

Thank you! I appreciate your help
Jul 13, 2013
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Mary B: Are you sure it is not clogged with something that can be removed (possibly alot of minerals that have built up in there if you have well water?). I currently now only use purified water in mine.

I replaced mine because mine was just not looking like new but was looking crummy. The rest of my coffee maker looks brand spankin new and I have had if for years. I wanted the entire machine to look great so I figured it was a cheap fix. I am guessing yours must be clogged. If the water is coming up and into that area and only coming out one one hole it must be clogged.

It is an expensive machine and the spray arm is only about $20.00. I would go ahead and order it and see if that fixes the problem. If it does not fix the problem there must be something wrong with whatever mechanism pushes the water up and into the spray arm. That problem I do not think is fixable with any replacement part. YOu would probably have to buy a new machine. Hope this helps.
Jul 15, 2013
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David T: Hi Ilze,
I had the same issue. I was only washing it once in a while with soap and water and eventually the nice stainless finish got ruined. Seattle gear sent me some cleaner to run through the machine which didn't help much but it something you should do. I ended up getting the new spray arm and Viola! Problem solved! Works the way it did when new. Now if I can only keep it that way :)
Jul 15, 2013
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Robert H: Yes, to answer your question. Occasional soaking in CLR or coffee pot cleaner will help keep the holes open. I tried this on my original arm after it became really caked with deposits. It was much better, but I was still not satisfied until I bought a new one. Jul 15, 2013
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Robb W: Yes, that is why I bought the replacement arm. I tried soaking the arm in white vinegar and baking soda first and it helped but then decided to just get the new arm since it was inexpensive and i wanted new filters too. Jul 15, 2013
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Barry W: I haven't experienced the problem you describe. Both my Technivorm's squirt out all 9 holes. Maybe cleaning the pot would help. You can use vinegar or buy packets to do the same thing.

Barry
Jul 15, 2013
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Jack C: No I do not believe so. I think you are not getting enough pressure, meaning you have a leak or its not getting hot enough. I would get it serviced. Let me know what happens.
Jack
Jul 15, 2013
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Ray P: It can, have you been using the cleancaf once a month? It's important to keep the machine clean. I bought a new arm sometime back and it did help the water flow. Hope this helps Jul 15, 2013
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Sarah M: When we clean our coffee maker with Cafiza or urnex the water drips out of all of the holes. It never looks like a shower, though. The drips all fuse into one stream. Jul 15, 2013
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Barry W: Ilze,

I've had Technivorm coffee makers for years. I'm skeptical that a new spray arm would make any difference.

Barry W
Jul 16, 2013
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William P: I would hope so. The one you have must be defective or stopped up. I assume the only thing you have run through it is clean water. Jul 15, 2013
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Gail S: Maybe it needs to be cleaner inside. The Spray Arm discolors around the holes and I am ready to replace it, as I already have. Jul 15, 2013
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Josh W: Yes, this is the multi-spray arm. I also replaced the single hole arm and it worked great. Jul 15, 2013
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Maryann P: yes i just bought a new one works fine Jul 16, 2013
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Brandon H: It did for us. Jul 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: My 9 hole outlet arm is starting to rust inside were the holes are located. I 've always used a mild detergent to clean it with and never put any object inside to clean it. Anyone else having this issue? Oct 29, 2013
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James R: After using mine for several years, I thought I had the same issue so I bought a replacement, however when I later tried to clean the old one I found the "rust" to be only a buildup of minerals from the water. It had definitely impacted the flavor of the coffee. Luckily, both plastic ends of the arm can easily be removed and put back in place. I removed both ends and soaked the metal arm in a bath of 'LimeAway". (Drastic, yes, but it works well.) After a few minutes of soaking I used a scouring pad to get the inside of the arm neat and clean again. Good as new now, but after the limeaway bath, boil the metal part and rinse it VERY thoroughly before attempting to use it in your coffee pot. Hope this helps. Oct 29, 2013
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Bette A: I haven't had any problem with this. I never use soap to clean my coffee maker but fun a vinegar/water solution thru it once a month. There are also commercial cleaners for drip coffee makers but I find the vinegar solution works just fine. After you run this through one cycle, run two cycles of clear water thru your machine. I also never use tap water but only filtered water. The arm is stainless steel & what you might think is rust may just be hard water build up. Oct 29, 2013
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Mary B: Yes - I had the same problem and I ordered a replacement arm from seattle coffee gear. All is well now. My coffeemaker is about 5 years old so I figured it was worth the money. Love the Techivorm.

In retrospect I do not think the discoloration affects the taste of the coffee. I just did not like the look of it and wanted to keep the coffee pot in good shape.
Oct 29, 2013
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Brandon H: Never used detergent, only the annual brew cleaning kit. Ours lasted 3 years or so then we ordered a replacement. Then of course 10 months later our coffee maker finally died... So we ended up getting a new one all together. We have a spare spray arm for it though (for use in 3 years?)... Oct 29, 2013
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Pat K: I had the same problem with the spray arm rusting. The replacement is already showing signs of discoloration. The company needs to be notified. The coffee pot is expensive as are replacement parts. I have had no success reaching the manufacturer.
Thank you for your follow up. Pat
Oct 30, 2013
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Lawrence R: I had the same issue, but after cleaning it several times and becoming worried about the rusty part, I bought a replacement arm. It's reasonably cheap and I certainly feel better about it - of course it will eventually rust the same way, but for me, that takes quite a while. Oct 29, 2013
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Gail S: Yes, I had this problem, the worry was that the metal would leech into the coffee. I replaced the wand, bought 4 more. they cost more now but are better quality and don't degrade (yet) as the first did. Oct 29, 2013
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D. C: If the pot still works, buy a new arm. Even filtered water will cause a mess. For the price of this unit, it should come with two spare arms and six extra cap gaskets. Oct 29, 2013
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Lisa L: I've had the same issue with the rusting on the inside and have never used any detergent or brush on it. I just replaced it after 5 years of daily use. Oct 29, 2013
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Janis L D: I don't know why mine corroded. I purchased two replacements and put one in a drawer in case the new one corroded. So far, so good. Oct 29, 2013
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Amy A: I recently noticed a residue after 2 years of daily usage and decided to replace it anyway. It's an inexpensive piece. Oct 29, 2013
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Patricia T: That is the reason I had to buy the replacement. Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this part new or used? The picture looks like the part is used... Jun 7, 2013
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Lisa L: I just received my brand new replacement arm and noticed that it doesn't look as evenly silver colored as I would've liked; there is some mottling like the picture. It works great though. Oct 29, 2013
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Teri KStaff: This bar is a new item, and the variations you see are common on the metal around the holes of the Technivorm spray arm. Jun 10, 2013
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Warranty Information for the Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker

What it Covers:

Technivorm coffee makers

Length: 5 Years
Who Supports the Warranty: Technivorm USA
Warranty Contact Information: 1-855-662-2200
Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? No
Can SCG Repair? No

 


Caring for your Technivorm Moccamaster Coffee Maker

For detailed care instructions, please refer to your machine's user manual. We recommend that you also incorporate the following into your cleaning routine:

  • Descale every 2 - 3 months. We recommend using Dezcal or Cleancaf for descaling
  • Clean the water tank and lid regularly
  • Soap out the inside of the kettle and brew basket on a regular basis. Use Cleancaf if necessary to remove an coffee stains or residue.

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Excellent service, part is a bit loose

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I lost a critical part for my coffee maker while moving. Lucky to be able to order it here. I received it on time, as ordered. However this is not the exact same part that I had in my original coffee maker. It works but it's loose and not a perfect fit. Also seems expensive for a small part.

(Posted on 3/16/14)

Good quality

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Technivorm makes high quality products, but in this evironment nothing lasts forever, also if you have the spray arm with one hole this one works much better.

(Posted on 12/27/12)

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