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"Fill water tank" prompt

My machine keeps prompting to "fill water tank", eventhough the water tank IS completely full.  I know that you have to remove the tank and replace it, but it still says "fill water tank" .... The machine will not let coffe be brewed and sometimes I have to repeatedly remove and replace the tank until it says "ready" Then it will only brew ONE cup and it says "fill water tank" AGAIN! Can this be fixed?

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    Coffe grinding but no water getting through

  • Steve Shaw May 15, 2016

    This is happening to me the float is working as it should but still the red fill tank lights is flashing any other ideas?

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Hi,

Make sure the magnet in the water tank flow up when you fill it with water.

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/Mirran

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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The magnet float may become stuck or may not move freely in its chamber. Clean the chamber and the magnet float gently with warm water and dishwashing liquid, moving the float up and down the chamber. Ensure you rinse thoroughly following procedure. Fill water tank again with cold water and replace into machine.

Posted on Jan 09, 2016

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    Stephen Anderson Aug 03, 2016

    Thanks a lot! This tip saved my (Impressa S7) machine.

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