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New machine, following instructions, but water will not pour thro

Following the instructions for preparing your espresso machine. Stuck on number 7, water will not run through.

How come there is no trouble shooting with the instructions?

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Make sure there is water in the reservoir. Take the water reservoir out of the back and reposition it. Turn the power button on - wait for the heating light to go off - then turn the dial to the icon that looks like a coffee cup. Water should come through.

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