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    What size Bialetti? Canít find gaskets

    I have a bialetti moka. Not sure if a 1 or 2 cup. I think itís a 2 cup but it seems bialetti doesnít make a 2 cup anymore.

    1. How do I confirm the size I have? R19 is stamped on the bottom?

    2. where can I find a 1 and 2 cup gasket?

    i ordered some online. It they didnít fit.

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    Fill the bottom part of the moka pot without the filter inserted. Measure the amount of water and post it. I have several Moka pots and will do the same on mine. That way we can figure out what size pot you have. I think it is gonna be a 3 cup. I haven't seen any smaller in 20 years or so.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
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    Quote Originally Posted by topher View Post
    Fill the bottom part of the moka pot without the filter inserted. Measure the amount of water and post it. I have several Moka pots and will do the same on mine. That way we can figure out what size pot you have. I think it is gonna be a 3 cup. I haven't seen any smaller in 20 years or so.
    thank you. The bottom pot holds 100ml of water.

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    I will measure mine when I get home....Will post tomorrow.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

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    you are going to shoot me. I completely flaked yesterday and forgot to measure my moka pot. I did google 100ml and it says that would be for a 2 cup Bialetti. When you google 2 cup only 3 cup comes up. I searched amazon and they have a replacement filter for $7.01. I will measure when I get home tonight.
    https://www.amazon.com/gaskets-filte...-garden&sr=1-1
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
    Ken Hutchinson, Starsky and Hutch

 

 

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