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I hear pump working no water

Hi, I ran my machine without water for few seconds before I realized it was empy.. I filled it but now it wont pump water.. Hose isnt kinked..
I appreciate any help... Thank you, Carrie
this is a stabucks Barista espress machine not what is listed below
i didnt see it in the drop down

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  • Unplug the machine and allow it to cool completely.
  • First you need to get a priming pump to inject water with some pressure.
  • Look into the reservoir and find the soft tubes. There is usually 1 or 2. You will need to locate the inlet tube.
  • Plug in your machine and turn it on.
  • Fill the priming pump with water.
  • Open the steam knob.
  • Press the brewing button.
  • Now the pump will activate. Quickly make a tight seal with the priming pump and the inlet tube and force water into the tube.
  • As soon as you have injected the water, turn the pump off by turning off the brewing button
  • Once you see water being pulled through the machine, replace the tube into a FULL water reservoir and let the water run out of the steam wand for 1 minute or until you no longer see sputtering. Your machine is now re-primed and ready to use again.

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Please check the hose and the pump motor due to air tag it might be not working.

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