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Miele CVA 615 Coffee System Part fell out

I have a Miele CVA 615 Coffee System and the "U" shaped plastic piece with a wire on it came out and can'r figure out where it goes back to. Can you give me some direction or parts break down.

Thanks Allen
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Here you go just click on this link I put the manual on my site: http://yalda.us/CVA615_us[1].pdf

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

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The screens that the coffee grinds are squeezed in between are clogged. You need to remove the brew unit, remove the bottom screen, (should be one phillips screw in the center) and scrub the screens clean. You need to clean all of the really fine holes out so that the water can pass through. To prevent this in the future, use the rinse cycle on the machine frequently and also take the brew unit out and rinse it under hot water everytime you dump your waste unit.

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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Hi,

The only Miele spare parts are direct from Miele or through a Miele service agent. Have a look on the Miele website for your nearest Miele branch or service agent in your country.
I work for Miele and they only sell parts this way. if you call the Miele spare parts number off the website and tell them you have a cva615 they will be able to mail one to you.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 02, 2010

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More then likely there is nothing wrong with the water seal but simply the tank was not placed properly over the seal and water was bypassed to the reservoir. If a significant amount of water sits in the reservoir the "Water System Fault" trouble will appear and stop operation. The easiest way to remove the water from the reservoir is with an inexpensive ($5) siphon tool available at any auto parts store. Once the water has been removed and you can operate the machine and it goes through the "Warming" sequence you will receive a "Air in water System" alert. Follow the simple directions in the manual to correct this trouble and your system is back to normal. I have heard people have been charged by technicians up to $600 to fix this trouble and told the seal had to be replaced. Just take care when placing a full water tank back into place and enjoy : )

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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Hi Saeco uses 2 different pumps in their machines. The most common is the Ulka EX5, and the other is the Ulka EAX5 The only difference is the wattage. EX5 is 41w and the EAX5 is 52w. Need to know what wattage your pump is.

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Here you go just click on this link I put the manual on my site: http://yalda.us/CVA615_us[1].pdf

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