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No water coming through on rinse cycle

When machine is started from standby it goes through the rinse cycle each time but no water is ejected from the front spouts (where the coffee is dispensed).  Gaggia 'help' desk told me to soak the brew unit for 20 mins in hot soapy water and this would cure the problem, needless to say it hasn't.  Any ideas?

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Hi,

try to make a cup of water (tea), if you not get any water that way i think you have to replace the flow meter in the machine.

Best regards
/Mirran

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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