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I can't get the coffee grounds plastic dispenser back into the

Machine.I removed it to empty the old grounds and now it won't go back in.When I turn on the machine the coffee bean empty signal comes on but nothing works.Can you help? I have removed the bottom tray and the opened the front panel and still no luck.The type of machine i have is seaco vienna deluxe about a year old.Thanks from Trudy

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Remove the used grounds container and place a folded piece of paper where the grounds container touches the micro switch ( that is in a slot in the left side where the container enters approx 8cm inside) and then restart the machine and the grounds container will now be able to enter, remember to remove the folded paper before inserting the container

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