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Posted Fri Feb 8, 2013, 4:19pm
Subject: yama vac pot - how do you attach the cloth filter to the metal filter holder?
 

I just got a new 8 cup vac pot.  It came with a cloth filter attached to the metal filter holder.  It actually looked like it had been sewn on.  After making a pot, I removed the cloth, thinking I'd use the other one that came with the unit.  But I cannot figure out, for the life of me how to attach the cloth.  Help!  I know, you can use glass rods or the stainless steel mesh screen.  But surely using the cloth cannot be as impossible as it seems.  
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Posted Fri Feb 8, 2013, 5:01pm
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I haven't used mine in a while, but if I remember the cloth filter has a drawstring on it.  You pull the drawstring and tie the ends together in a knot, securing the filter to the plate.  Of course, unless you can undo the knot, you have to cut the drawstring and it won't be re-usable.

 
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Posted Fri Feb 8, 2013, 5:16pm
Subject: yama vac pot - how do you attach the cloth filter to the metal filter holder?
 

Yeah, thank you.  I did what I should have done to begin with, I asked my wife for help.  She confirms your diagnosis.

 
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