Fault 10 appears after the machine starts to prepare for coffee brewing process. I hear the noise which signals that it is heating up )preheating and then it stops. And I try to get rid of Fault 10 on screen by pressing clear. Nothing happens. I want my coffee!
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Re: Fault 10 appeared
Fault 10 indicates "No Water is Dispensed."
Solutions => – The water tank is not inserted properly. Take it out and reinsert correctly. – The water tank was not filled correctly during the descaling process. Fill the water tank up to the correct mark. – After fixing the fault, the machine turns off then on again. Start the desired preparation again. – If the message still appears contact Technical Service
See page 52 for Fault Codes and Solutions in the owners manual.
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May 17, 2011 - 10 posts - 2 authors
Cycled the power, tried again, same problem...this time I cut the pump process .... The power switch was one of the reasons I like the MCP over the MC in general. .... It's definitely NOT a vibe...those are loud and vibrate like crazy, ..... of the noise you hear is that "honking" sound (the high pitched squeal) that ...
Here are some of the most common problems that can cause your drip coffee maker to stop working:
The power cord or on/off switch can go bad.
In either of these cases, it's best to get a pro to replace it or buy a
new coffee maker -- replacing it improperly can lead to a fire.
The one-way valve can get clogged open or closed. You can usually fish out the debris that causes this problem with a toothpick.
The tubes can get clogged with calcium.
This is especially true of the aluminum heating tube. The normal way to
solve this problem is to run vinegar through the machine once, and then
run two batches of water through to clean out the vinegar.
There are two problems that are nearly impossible to fix:
Failure of one of the heat-sensitive switches
(This is The coffee maker's temperature sensors)
Failure of the heating coil:
(This is the The coffee maker heating coil)
Because it's nearly impossible to get replacement parts, you probably
have to buy a new coffee maker if one of these problems disables your
Now, when you make coffee tomorrow morning, you can do so with a new appreciation for exactly what's happening inside.
Goodluck, Please don't forget to rate the solution
• All lights will blink the first time you turn on your machine. This is your cue to prepare your machine for use by following the quick instructions in Step 1 on separate insert. • If the water level runs low while you are preparing a beverage, all lights will flash. Simply remove and refill the water container, and brewing will continue automatically where it left off. It should not be necessary to discard the T-DISC and start over. • The AUTO light will blink throughout the brewing process. Some drinks require a pause in brewing as part of the recipe for brewing your perfect cup - this is to allow the optimal flavors to unfold and is a normal part of the brewing process. The AUTO light will continue to blink throughout this process.
HOW TO MAKE A DRINK • Place the mug of your choice on the cup stand. • When the STANDBY light illuminates, insert the T-DISC® of your choice and close the clamp. • The HEATING light will blink as the brewer heats the water to the optimal temperature for your drink. • Once the proper temperature is reached, the AUTO light will illuminate. When it lights up, press the start/stop button to begin the brew cycle. • The AUTO light will continue to flash throughout the brewing cycle. PLEASE NOTE: Some beverages have a pause in brewing after the initial influx of water into the T-DISC®. • The MANUAL light will illuminate when your drink is ready.
Your brew gear drive is broken. Your doser knob is det to the max and you got an over charge in the brew unit that the drive could not compress and it broke some of the teeth on the gear. You will have to replace the gear and make sure that it is timed before testing or you will break it again.
After grinding did you hear the brew group goes up and pump start? If you hear the pump start and stopped, itis blockage in the brewunit metal screen. Just needs cleaning.
If you don't hear the pump starting, the problem is with the faulty micro switch inside the gearbox , that is behind the plate of brewunit.(service center job)
No solution but we are on our 5th replacement from Keurig. Everyone has done exactly the same thing. It worked fine for a few weeks, than started turning off after brewing a cup. Like the problem states, the only way we can get it to work is to turn off and wait 15 minutes or so, then try again. Keurig has been great in replacing our coffee makers, but I really like it to just work.
This is a very loud machine. Here's the normal operation: You turn it on, and wait a few minutes for it to heat up, at which point the heating light will go off. Then make sure the function knob is turned to coffee, and it will start brewing. At first, it will make a short (loud) sound and then stop for a second. The purpose behind this is that the machine is pre-wetting the coffee, so that steam can more easily shoot through it in a couple of seconds. Then the loud noise will start again and run continuously until you turn the function knob back to the center. So, the sounds you were hearing were normal. There is a delay between when you hear the sounds and the water starts flowing out. If the coffee is pressed down (tamped) too hard, that delay will be longer. Hope this helps. You made a much better choice purchasing this machine rather than the more expensive EM-200, in my opinion.
This happens when the machine needs cleaned. Fill coffee maker with white vineger instead of water. Turn grind off, make sure empty pot is in place. Brew a pot of hot vineger. Repeat. Brew a pot of hot water. Repeat. This process removes mineral buildups inside machine. If you have access to filtered water, start using that to brew your coffee. I do and probably do this process 1 per 6 weeks.