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Grounds in cup

When I use the Tassimo for decaf coffee, it begins the process OK. Then, near the end of the process, it sputters and spews grounds into the cup. This only seems to happening with the decaf.

I've cleaned the parts of the machine many times, and wiped the surace of the disc as well.

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I ONLY seem to have this problem AFTER or while using a Gevalia t-disc of ANY kind. I've found the solution is to quit using Gevalia and have switched to Maxwell House which is way cheaper as well and available at Wal-Mart which is nice since it's so hard to find T-Discs.

Also, AFTER this happens it's CRITICAL that you wipe the entire sensor part, the bar code reader etc. Then wait because once it dries there will be coffee grounds there so you have to do it again. If you do not do it again the next one regardless of the brand will do the same thing.

So far I've found this small problem still outweighs the keurig and it makes a MUCH MUCH BETTER cup of espresso (which is pretty much all that I drink).

I KNOW it's not a de-calcification program because this started happening to me within 6 months of using the machine and I have ONLY ever put purified heavily filtered (commercially) water (not tap) into my Tassimo. However, a good cleaning never hurts

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You might want to try decalcifying your machine. See my comment here:
http://www.fixya.com/support/t149940-starts_fine_but_loses_fizzle_end

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