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My espresso machine

I have tried over and over to make a espresso or latte, but, my coffee comes out luke warm even though I let it heat up 3 minutes. I have read instructions over and over and just am frustrated. I know I am missing a step or part. Please help me I am dying for a latte.

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Can ask the service center:
41 Woodbine St
Bergenfield NJ 07621
phone 201-439-1700--Steve Karow
fax 201-439-1701

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