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Le cube the machine will not stop blinking after descaling

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  • liseskjold Nov 04, 2008

    Dear Mike. I could not wait the whole week-end without af cup of coffee, so i looked into the
    manual from the first descalling kit, and there is a little difference in the procedure described
    so I tried that. And it worked. 
    I did as you say above, running water again, af descalling, but it did not work, i turned of the le cube, but when turning it on again the lamp still blinked. So finally I did the procedure from the first received kit, and that was that. But anyway thank you so much for helping. Have a nice week.
    Lise.

  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2009

    Please, could you let me know the procedure from the earlier descaling kit. I have the blinking problem and it won't stop...

    thanks



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Run an entire tank of water through the machine to clear out any remaning descaling solution. Once the tank is empty, you can turn off the machine, and it will exit the descaling mode automatically. Leave it off for a minute or two and then turn it back on, and it should run normally. Remember that the power light will blink while it is warming up when you first turn it on.

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