Flooding > water container empties all water in one shot
Looks like the liitle extensions > 4 protrustions (in the machine behind the water dispenser (plug) remain in the "need water" mode, so the plug hole remains open and all water is called for....and so runs over and floods everything. Can these prtrusions be libricated so they dont stick>>> if this is the problem.
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This is an anti-flood protection, since water would flood the kitchen if you could open the door. If the machine shuts down for some fault and leaves the drum with water in, then it is advisable to drain the drum down via the small hose at the front of the machine. Simply remove the plug and empty into a large container until the drum is empty. You can then start to work out why the cycle ceased prematurely.
Push "Off" on the coffee maker's control panel. Unplug the coffee maker, and allow the machine to cool down completely. Remove the coffee bean container by lifting up on it and sliding it out. Wipe it out daily with a damp cloth, and slide it back into the coffee maker. Press down on the handle to click the container into place.
Dump out the water in the water container,Wipe out the water container with a damp cloth. Refill the water container with clear drinking water.
Remove the dump box and drip tray, and empty them.Wipe each one down with a damp cloth. Open the service door and push "Press." Remove the brew group by its handle, and rinse if off in a sink with hot water. Use the key provided to unscrew the plastic pin holding the metal filters together. Rinse each one separately. Put the filter back together and dry the separate parts with a towel.
Mix a package of descaler with the water in the water container every four to six months to rid the coffee machine of mineral deposits. Plug in the coffee machine, and select "On." Select the "Hot Water" button, and position the steam valve over the drip tray. Dispense two thirds of the descaler and water into a container in 15 minute intervals by turning the steam valve counterclockwise to dispense and clockwise to shut off the flow.
Let the coffee machine heat up fully, and then dispense the remaining descaler and water by turning the steam valve counterclockwise to empty the water container. Press "Off" to turn the machine off.
If this does not work then you might require a technician.
Softener dispensers are a "Hot or Cold" sort of proposition. Meaning they work or they don't. Each make is different as to where the water comes in at. Your best bet would be to contact a technician to come out and do a THOROUGH test of the machine.
i would quit using powder soap and use the HE soap.I would take the soap dispenser out and clean it out and also clean out behind the dispenser.run just water thru machine or try washer magic to clean out the machine.you can find washer magic at most home depots or lowes or even a appliance parts house.
Not clear on "Empty bean container/full grounds drawer) - not empty/not full. " But I gather that coffee is not being dispensed. Most Likely the grinder needs cleaning + brew group needs cleaning ( filter ). Do you get water/steam?
this may be due to a faulty solenoid, if the cold water is flowing into the machine under normal use at the start, then check the solenoids as the conditioner has its own,
the solenoids are just behind the body where the water pipes fit to the machine, they have 2 wires on each one, and are tested for circuit when machine is unplugged.
stat there, hope i have helped