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Instructions How do you make an espresso using this machine? The espresso comes out cold. Am i hitting the wrong button?

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  • golgoth13 Nov 12, 2008

    The water heater on mine doesn't heat the water at all. No sound whatsoever comes from the machine that would indicate some heating element at work. I left it on for hours ( indicator light and pump works). I'm trying to find a place where I can have it serviced around Montréal. I suspect the problem to be electrical in nature but I could be wrong...

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Yes try another button first.
If the machine is plugged in and the water comes out cold you could have a problem with the water heater (which is electrical on all espresso machines).

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