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Aeroccino frother won't turn back on after we get some froth and still more milk in container.. takes a long time to be able to activate again.. using Almond milk could be the problem any suggeest

Having trouble getting to re froth after one time with more milk(almond milk) in the container...

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  • roz goldstein Feb 25, 2012

    did not understand do you put the water on the outside of the pot?

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My Nespresso Aeroccino often would not heat or froth multiple times after one use. I called Nespresso, they have excellent customer service, and was told to rise the inside (careful not to get the outside button or electric elements wet) of the Aeroccino with cold water a few times and to retry. Works like a charm!
The customer service is the best I have encountered in a long while, give them a call, it will make your day they are so pleasant and helpful!

Posted on Feb 23, 2012

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SOURCE: Nepresso aeroccino doesn't spin fast enough to froth the milk

The company will tell you to turn upside down for 24 hours to reset. I did this but it did not work. Try turning upside for aeroccino upside down for 24 hr. You do not need to do this to the base. They told me if this does not work, I need to buy a new one. I hope you have better luck. I am on my third one. you may be covered under warranty- call Nepresso soon..they cover them for about 1 year. Good luck

Posted on May 08, 2010

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SOURCE: THE NESPRESSO MILK FROTHER HAS STOPPED FROTHING

I contacted Nespresso who may well replace the item

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Need replacement frother part for Nespresso Aeroccino

good to know

the machine is Krups, and therefore you can also get support from them, by calling the number listed on the user manual, or finding contact from websites below:

Coffee & Espresso Machines - Small Domestic Appliances - Krups

Home - Krups UK

All the best

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Aeroccino does not heat

Try descaling, if the element is covered with scale it wont produce enough heat and pressure.

The machine is Krups, and therefore should be covered with one year warranty. Call the number listed on the user manual, or find contact from websites below:

Coffee & Espresso Machines - Small Domestic Appliances - Krups

Home - Krups UK

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Lost my Nespresso Aeroccino Milk Frother Hot Milk Whisk

Call Nespresso customer service at 800-562-1465. Replacement set of 2 wisks were $2.95 + shipping

Posted on Jul 01, 2010

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