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Introduction

The SodaStream Source carbonates water and adds flavor through its nozzle. This nozzle has a rubber seal to help prevent leakage and stabilize the carbonating block while making soda. If the seal is damaged, replacing it will stop leaking during your soda's creation. To replace this seal external and internal disassembly is required. This guide shows you how to access and remove a damaged seal.

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  1. Remove the soda bottle and the CO2 canister from the machine. Remove the soda bottle and the CO2 canister from the machine. Remove the soda bottle and the CO2 canister from the machine.
    • Remove the soda bottle and the CO2 canister from the machine.

  2. Pull the outer cover away from the front of the device. Pull the outer cover away from the front of the device.
    • Pull the outer cover away from the front of the device.

    We are working on that for the last two hours without succcess. The boytom seems to slide out, but the top is totally stuck.

    Robert Coles - Réponse

    Hey Robert Coles, I figured it out. It wants to slide out backwards. You’ll notice the bottom wants to come out but the top is stuck. There is a sturdy plastic catch at the top, I managed to dislodge it by inserting a flathead screwdriver and giving it a little twist while pulling the housing away at the same time. I hope this helps! -jt

    John Tennant -

    I have the same problem.

    John Tennant - Réponse

    I’m stuck here too. I’ve pulled a lot of things apart but this has got the better of me. I can’t even get the bottom to slide. I love the way his hands are delicately poised to gently lift the back off. I’ve tried pulling so hard I’m frightened of breaking it. Pity. Such a good, well thought out manual otherwise. Stuck on step 3

    damon.ormsby - Réponse

    used two thin wood skewers to break the hold on the top. Slid them in each about 1/2” from the enter. finally released.

    Brian Runyan - Réponse

    Brian’s comment is excellent. The only additional piece of information is that the skewers should be inserted from the back. The catch is in the middle near the back. I inserted from the front which was wrong, but still worked. I left a couple of very fine marks that I think would not happen if inserted from the back.

    David Balfour -

    This step was unnecessary. I was able to slide off the front panel without pulling the outer cover off.

    Matthew Dash - Réponse

    there might be different variations within the same “model”. in my case (source), i realized that there is a tab at the top of of the housing. i pulled upwards the top of the housing, and was able to slide the housing backwards. there were 2 pairs of tracks on the sides of the housing that i thought they might have latches, but they were only guides to slide the housing. i do not how to share pictures here to show my steps

    Salam Gabran - Réponse

    This step was a real bugger. What helped was sliding a medium putty knife between the top and inner piece. The plastic snap is very near the back. They are right above the small “point” in the centre of the mechanism below it. Takes patience and let the plastic give way in time. I thought for sure I was going to bust it, and then it finally slid out like magic.

    Scott - Réponse

    • Firmly pull the front cover off.

    • This piece is difficult to remove and requires force. It may help to use a wide, thin object to pry it off (like a Jimmy).

    The plastic spudgers that are supplied for mobile phone or tablet screen removal are perfect for this job. Use 2 - 1 on each side.

    David Balfour - Réponse

    Once the 18.2 mm screws are removed, I just pulled the black plastic outer cover a couple mm away from the white plastic internal block on each side to release 4 of the 6 plastic catches, and then rotated upward to release the last 2 plastic catches.

    Tony Hartshorn - Réponse

  3. Push the gold bar, located in the top of the device, out of the carbonating block. You can use the end of your screwdriver to push this piece out. You can use the end of your screwdriver to push this piece out.
    • Push the gold bar, located in the top of the device, out of the carbonating block.

    • You can use the end of your screwdriver to push this piece out.

    We could,remove this covee, without sliding the assembly out ofbthe case. There was NO gold bar in the system…

    Robert Coles - Réponse

    ….. no gold bar either in my device…. ??????

    hbergeron - Réponse

  4. Slide the yellow battery cover up and away to remove it from the device. Slide the yellow battery cover up and away to remove it from the device. Slide the yellow battery cover up and away to remove it from the device.
    • Slide the yellow battery cover up and away to remove it from the device.

    Careful! I had springs and retainers go flying on this step

    Felicia Renaud - Réponse

    Yep…same here. Took me a good minute to figure out where they came from!?

    Rodney Davis -

  5. Unhook the bottom piece of the plastic arm on each side of the device. Unhook the bottom piece of the plastic arm on each side of the device.
    • Unhook the bottom piece of the plastic arm on each side of the device.

  6. Lift the top of the plastic arm with the spudger and remove it on both sides. Lift the top of the plastic arm with the spudger and remove it on both sides.
    • Lift the top of the plastic arm with the spudger and remove it on both sides.

    Slot screwdriver works just fine for these next two steps

    Scott - Réponse

  7. Remove the plastic piece, located near the front of the carbonating block, from both sides of the device using a plastic opening tool or nylon spudger. Remove the plastic piece, located near the front of the carbonating block, from both sides of the device using a plastic opening tool or nylon spudger.
    • Remove the plastic piece, located near the front of the carbonating block, from both sides of the device using a plastic opening tool or nylon spudger.

    Be careful…they will fly off across the room!

    Rodney Davis - Réponse

  8. Remove the plastic oval and the spring within it. Remove the plastic oval and the spring within it.
    • Remove the plastic oval and the spring within it.

    Do not have this piece on mine?

    ronkellington - Réponse

    nor do I. They must have made some changes.

    Scott -

  9. Pull the loader tab cover down and away from the rest of the carbonating block. Pull the loader tab cover down and away from the rest of the carbonating block.
    • Pull the loader tab cover down and away from the rest of the carbonating block.

  10. Remove the three 17.9 mm screws located on the right side.
    • Remove the three 17.9 mm screws located on the right side.

    • These screws may be difficult to access.

    Should this be four screws? I followed all directions (I think) and had one extra screw to remove, just above the bottle mount, before I could split the two halves apart

    Phil Wilkes - Réponse

    Yes I had a 4th screw at this step too. Going backwards the missing fourth screw in the instruction messed me up and I had to redo it!

    Daniel Sylvester - Réponse

  11. Unhook the four clips on the top of the carbonating block and remove the plastic cover. Unhook the four clips on the top of the carbonating block and remove the plastic cover.
    • Unhook the four clips on the top of the carbonating block and remove the plastic cover.

  12. Lift the clips located on both sides with the plastic spudger. Slide the front cover off. Lift the clips located on both sides with the plastic spudger. Slide the front cover off. Lift the clips located on both sides with the plastic spudger. Slide the front cover off.
    • Lift the clips located on both sides with the plastic spudger. Slide the front cover off.

  13. Unhook the silver spring arms on both sides of the device by pushing down. Unhook the silver spring arms on both sides of the device by pushing down.
    • Unhook the silver spring arms on both sides of the device by pushing down.

  14. Grip the right and left sides of the device and pull it into two identical halves.
    • Grip the right and left sides of the device and pull it into two identical halves.

    • Once these two pieces are apart, all remaining internal components will fall out of the device.

    what happens to the middle white piece?

    Noah Langer - Réponse

    Yeah there's a step missing here…between 17 & 18

    Daniel Sylvester - Réponse

    Is it better to lay it on its side?

    Gareth White - Réponse

  15. Pull the foam pad up and remove it from the front side of the carbonation component. Pull the foam pad up and remove it from the front side of the carbonation component. Pull the foam pad up and remove it from the front side of the carbonation component.
    • Pull the foam pad up and remove it from the front side of the carbonation component.

    Any source for spare parts known? Ebay and Amazon does not help here!

    lutz Ziffer - Réponse

    no foam pad on mine either

    Scott - Réponse

    What is the name of the part that is in blue? Mine is broken and I would like to replace it

    Tony R - Réponse

  16. Remove the six 17.7 mm screws from the underside of the loader tab piece.
    • Remove the six 17.7 mm screws from the underside of the loader tab piece.

  17. Pull the loader tab out of  the nozzle. Pull the loader tab out of  the nozzle. Pull the loader tab out of  the nozzle.
    • Pull the loader tab out of the nozzle.

  18. Remove the rubber seal from the nozzle piece and replace with the new seal. Remove the rubber seal from the nozzle piece and replace with the new seal.
    • Remove the rubber seal from the nozzle piece and replace with the new seal.

    Where to buy a new seal?

    dtfodstad - Réponse

    Vanskelig å få kjøpt ny pakning . Det virker som Sodastream prøver å hindre at kunder reparer maskinen sin. Bedriften vil at man kjøper ny. Det er lite miljøvennlig!

    dtfodstad - Réponse

Conclusion

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

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26 commentaires

Where can I purchase the internal rubber seal? Thanks Ronzo (Australia)

Ron Hayes - Réponse

I’ll ask the same question as the gentleman above. Where can I purchase the rubber gasket seal? I cannot find it anywhere online. I would also like to purchase the gas delivery tube and is installed.

Thank you

Peter (USA)

Peter De Luca - Réponse

Our sodastream does not work anymore. It’s the electrick model with three different gasfillings. When you put the waterbottle into the filling station and then you turn your suitably filled bottle down and you try to push some of those lights (- /--/ ---) for to fill your bottle, it sounds like little choked “puff” and then all lights are blinking (I think they tell mailfunction). No gas comes. I have changed new and stuffed gasbottle, power cable is its place and works. So what’s wrong? Thank You allready, Juha Heikkilä (Finland).

Juha Heikkilä - Réponse

I can’t remove the outer cover, step 3.

Claude Vadeboncoeur - Réponse

I am also looking for a gasket. Do you have any advice?

Zuzana Karlíková - Réponse

You have to make your own gasket using a 3d printer. sodastream will not sell you any internal parts. They consider all soda makers disposable!!!

jimmylasvegas - Réponse

Where do I get the rubber????? The only think that I wil find is this https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?cat...

Miner Milo - Réponse

Folks. I believe SS are happy to replace these seals. I’m just about to try Soda stream in Australia but of you go to the SS facebook page for your country and look at the community discussion it seems likely. i’m going to try tomorrow and I will let you know how i go.

Tartar - Réponse

I thought so too - but then send you little black washer dealies and not the inner gasket.

cousinchang - Réponse

You should show the answers. Where do I get the seal

surferf0rgod - Réponse

I do not see any answers. Hopefully there were some. I have the same question: where can I buy the infamous “internal rubber seal”? Awesome step-by-step guide.

Paolo Ferreri - Réponse

I have just had a conversation on FB with SodaStream UK re obtaining these gaskets, but apparently they don’t want to help. Their customer support person even told me that replacing one is ‘not safe’. I’m sure they’d much rather sell you a new machine, which would be much safer for their profit margins.

dm1fr - Réponse

If I can pull this whole thing off (and back on and assemble) that will be ACHIEVEMENT!

Started reminding me of watching an excellent video (BTW) of a guy tearing down and rebuilding a vehicle’s transmission…..kind of exaggeration:)

Thanks for posting this wonderful step-by-step! Great diagram and details*

Levitt Lane - Réponse

Does this work a penguin soda stream

dekloppe - Réponse

I can’t get the sleeve type cover of the SodaStream manual fountain back on

tatallent - Réponse

Where can you buy the rubber seals?

David Parry - Réponse

For what it’s worth does anyone know where to get a gasket/washer that is in the back of the unit that holds the Co2 container by twisting it in to that mechanism? I know i came close to finding at Home Depot but the center was too solid and it wouldn’t fit properly, This is and has been something else to find any info. or parts or the exact measurements of same. Mine’s the Source model but I take it they are all pretty much the same size to fit the co2 container.

Keith - Réponse

What’s the point with this repair guide if you don’t explaine where a new seal can be purchased from?

Turre Tuntematon - Réponse

I’ve completed all the steps and found neither washer was damaged. I am now trying to reverse the steps and stuck between 17 and 18 - I am unclear where all the “internal components” go. Anyone know where to get photos of this?

Vanessa Shaw - Réponse

The Real Fix (Very Simple and costs nothing)

If your machine no longer carbonates, stick a sewing needle in the end hole on the white tube. Make the hole SLIGHTLY wider and it will work again. DO NOT MAKE THE HOLE TOO BIG OR YOU WILL HAVE SODA TOO CARBONATED AND WATER WILL SPRAY EVERYWHERE.

FYI, You can not buy the rubber ring or the white tube. SodaStream makes you buy the entire carbonator, about 90 Dollars. It has many part numbers: W10639752, W10645558, W42105377. Also, the SodaStream carbonator unit is the same in the SodaStream model and the Kitchenaid model.

Paul - Réponse

Where to buy the big black washer ? Soda Stream South Africa basically lied to me saying they are not removeable !!!

Duncan Gohl - Réponse

Und wo bekomme ich diese Dichtung her?

jolewalter - Réponse

Genau das suche ich auch

Jörg Schmidt -

Amazing how useless this iFixit page is because nobody cares to answer the simple question of where to get the replacement gasket. Wasted my time here.

Andre Vandal - Réponse

Alles schön und gut, aber wo kann ich die dichtung kaufen?

Nur Werkzeuge werden zum Kauf angeboten.

Grüße Schmidt Jörg aus Leverkusen.

Jörg Schmidt - Réponse

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