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You might need new burrs. When the burrs get dull, they will crush the beans instead of grinding them into small grounds. You start to get powder instead of grinds. They will slow the extraction, but then the next time they will produce the correct shot.
Hi Once you have finished steaming, turn the steam button off, then open the knob and let the steam out. The water pump will turn on again and bring the temp back down. When the pump changes tone, the light will go off and you can brew again. It takes less than 10 seconds.
I just had this problem. I took apart the brew chamber and cleaned under the screens and everything else I could get to along the path of the water. These areas were completely filled with gum residue and solids. I'm guessing that when they dry out, the water can pass through for a little bit. After a cup or two, they go back to blocking off the water flow.
That is exactly what I would've suggested, the brew unit is clogged. remove brew unit and try to blow through the top, if you get through then check the bottom. One of the chambers must be clogged. Another question is the coffee extract wet or dry grounds? If wet then the block is on the top, if dry it ids on the bottom.