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No water getting through to the coffee holder

No water coming through to the coffee and excessive water coming through the froathing arm ?

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  • Jam_1980 Dec 26, 2008

    I too am having the same trouble i have cleaned it and the water is just not coming some steam is?

    please can any one help

  • almcsingh Dec 28, 2008

    Similar poblem - Gaggia baby class. Water just pouring from AROUND not through the coffee holder. Mail order seller just says FORCE the machine to make hot water - not very helpful so far!

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There is a valve inside the machine, under the water reservoir, that is broken. It's plastic and brakes easily when the hose attached to it is moved. This happened to my machine during shipment and I had to return it. Why can't they make these with brass?

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If the machine is making very load noise while trying to make coffee ie. water to grinds or steamer this is more than likely a pump problem.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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