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Water Leaks from bottom of machine as coffee is dispensed?

Water is leaking as the coffee dispenses. Sometimes it takes two or more brews to get coffee to dispense. Hoses in the back of machine are not leaking and there is not any water in the area of the grinder?

Any help or suggestions to get it fixed here in Anaheim, CA would be appreciated....Thanks!

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I had this same problem. Open the front door, remove the dreg drawer and then remove the brewgroup. In the back you will see a pipe sticking down with an o-ring gasket on it. Below that is a channel and a little opening where rinse water is supposed to flow into the front drip tray. It gets clogged with grounds pretty easily. I filled a hose with some water and stuck it down there and blew through it until you can see water come out the front hole. It's a little hard to describe but I hope this fixes your problem, it did for me. I just have to do it once every couple months.

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