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Tassimo not fully dispensing the t-disk

It's leaving about a quarter of the milk/hot chocolate in the t-disk.

I cleaned it thoroughly and also used the cleaning t-disk a few times.

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  • smosing Dec 30, 2008

    I am having the same problem with any milk disc. It seems like the last part of the milk process is missing (injecting steam to create the froth). I cleaned my machine with coffee cleaner and ran the cleaning disk several times.

  • flyte31 Dec 30, 2008

    t-disks and milk disks are still half filled when the machine is done. have cleaned and descaled machine. doesn' appear to have the air at the end of cycle.

  • esposij Jan 01, 2009

    I have the same problem and was hoping to find a solution here. No luck.. I will contact their customer service, and will get back to you all if I manage to get a solution

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    i have found this problem to, and i dont have a cleaning disc so going to have to buy one of those know too

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Alternatively, if that doesn't help and you're using a Braun machine it could indicate the heater block has started to scale (as this reduces the water flow through the machine).

Try descaling the machine (full descale cycle) and see if that helps!
Good luck!

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I do not have experience with milk or chocolate, but for coffee and tea, at the end of a brew cycle, the green light should flip to the MANUAL light. For the next 30 seconds you have the option to press and hold the start button, to force more hot water through the pod into your cup. Give this a try to purge the pod of it's goodies!

Good luck.
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