Please don\'t take offense, but did you move to a plug that doesn\'t work? If the outlet is good and the machine quit working, for some reason it is not getting power. Could be something became disconnected during a move or a board went bad. Y
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Turn off and unplug the Keurig brewer. Remove the water reservoir from the machine, empty it into the sink and place aside.
Move the machine to the side of the sink with the back hanging over the sink. Locate the drain cap on the back of the machine, and remove the drain cap.
Empty the water into the sink. Do not tilt the machine more than 90 degrees while emptying to make sure all water drains. Replace the drain cap. Place the machine back on your counter or in storage if you do not plan to use it.
Hello Margaret , Dont panic i got my machine yesterday and used twice and this happened, I just read about circuit boards ect and thought oh great but i turned machine off at wall and then turned back on pressed the one button and let it flash red without touching it walked off for a couple of minutes when got back it had turned green .... I am now sitting writing this with a lovely cuppa . I think i am going to try not turning it off at the wall just keep it on all the time and see how that goes . I hope this helps x
I am having the same problem and will report back here if I find an answer. If I keep turning mine back on, wait for it to go off by itself. Turn it back on again...and again. Eventually I can get a cup of coffee. But my one-minute coffee cup usually takes 15 or 20 minutes.
Mine was a gift, so I'll probably just see if I can swap it out.
The X5 has the same internals as the X3, so it really is a matter as to if you like the styling. The results from the X5 and X3 should be the same. Sadly you can't convert a Trio to ground coffee.
There is nothing about the X3 that should wear out in such a short time, so unless you have let the case get damaged - there is no reason it can't be brought back to as new condition. All internal parts can more or less be found though alternative suppliers, Lelit and Ascaso models share many components.
An ERR 2 may be cleared by a simple reset of the coffee maker. This means unplugging the unit and plugging it back in. When powered back on, select a brew function to see if the error reappears.
If it does, ERR 2 indicates an internal error with the computer of the warming plate. This may be covered under Kitchenaid's 1 Year Hassle Free Warranty. I would advise you to call Kitchenaid Customer Service to see what options are available to you. Repair is not recommended, as it is not cost effective for the company or the consumer.
Their toll-free telephone number is 1-800-541-6390.
Thank you, have a nice day.
Most of the time, you just have to reposition the water reservoir - simply pull it up and then put it back in its proper place. If the water tank is even a centimeter off, the suction tube doesn't properly grab it, so it can't take in water.
If you reposition the water tank, and the EM-100 is still not sucking any water out of the tank, there may be a problem with the water reservoir tank itself. Call Cuisinart - I can't remember the Canadian number off-hand (The EM-100C is a Canadian model, so I'm assuming you're in Canada) - and have them send you a new water tank.
Good luck! Let me know if you need any more help with this machine - I am a huge raving fan.