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One dispense spigot barely trickles

All of a sudden the left dispense spigot barely trickles when filling a cup.
Not a big deal, cause it eventually fills but something is clogged I think.
Can the dispense unit be removed and cleaned?

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  • slh17 Oct 13, 2008

    Exact same problem - think a tube is blocked inside somewhere.  Have run through cleaning cycle, etc.  About to try running descaler through, even though I use a filter and it shouldn't need it.

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You need to take a paper clip and clean the little holes where the water comes out on the left side (It's like a screen). Also you should pull the silver thing that adjusts to allow taller cups underneath up and down several times. You should do the latter every week. It helps get rid of some of the coffee grounds that block the aforementioned little holes.

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