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Steamer backed up water pours out under machine

I bought a house with a CVA610.  After cleaning out the gunked up steamer assembly, I get a little steam, but water comes pouring out from under the machine.  Is there a broken seal, or is the steam pipe just too clogged?  What should  do?

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  • wynman May 18, 2009

    I have the same problem and finally took the top off the machine. There are many ring seals inside connnecting all kinds of hoses. One of them was leaking but cannot seem to find a plce to order replacements and Miele is outrageous in pricing them ($30 for two little O rings etc) I would like to know a source for these

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On the cva 610 and 615 the steamer valve gasket tends to wear. Causing the unit to leak. Your best bet it to remove the steamer valve, Looking at the knob stem there is a plastic pin you can press to remove the stem from the valve. Once removed there's a small o-ring on the stem. ( That's where it's leaking from ) replace the o-ring and the stem to be safe. Also take a look at the micro sw to make sure it doen't have any corrosion if so replace it. If not your on the road to recovery. Good luck

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If you don't have a manual I hope this helps. You can make coffee without "Descale"ing it but it is recommended you don't go too long without doing it.

- Make sure that the filled water container is in the appliance.


- Turn the program selector to "On" with lighting and place a container under the hot water spout and another under the steam spout.


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