Re: yellow light comes on to heat water, but does not...
I would try opening and closing the disc enclosure latch-- this triggers the machine to re-read the barcode and start a new cup of beverage. If the machine perceives that water needs to be heated more, the yellow light to should flash and the cycle to green when ready. If the water is already hot enough, when you close the latch, it will flip right to green.
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in the machine there is small circuit board that control the machine so they programmed that circuit to preheat the heating element for about 30s if this failed the red light flashes two tims then stops so you have to change the circuit board
You can fix it yourself. The CPU was to hot and the solder has come
off. Bad part is the solder is under the CPU and must be heated up. It
is lead free so it needs more heat then lead and you need to add flux. I
would start by getting the board out. Remove the thermal paste off the
CPU. Add flux with a flux pen. You want to get the flux under the CPU
so you might want to tip it on its side. After you have a good amount
of flux under the CPU you want to start to heat the parts around the
CPU. I would use a heat gun with temp. settings. You first want to
heat around the CPU to keep solder on the other parts from cracking.
You dont want to over heat the parts. After you preheat the board you
want to heat the CPU. It needs to be around 400 or 500 degs f. a good
15 or 30 sec. keep moving the heat gun. After heating the CPU you want
to start the cool down. Same as warming up the board but you want the
board to cool down slow. After all this you want to add New thermal
paste to the CPU. This helps transfer from the CPU. This is a must
because your PS3 is overheating as it is. After you do all this some
people say it only works for 2 to 6 weeks. Its all on how you fix the
board and how good of a job you did. I would back up your hard drive.
Then hope for the best!! good luck and i hope this helps you out.
Sounds like a RAM problem. Go to the back of the machine, You will see 2 large, thumb Screws, Twist them about half a turn and remove the main board. Remove and reinsert the memory stick. If that does not fix it the main board or the electronics module has probably failed.
Hi I would check the level probes on top of the boiler. There is a yellow wire going to the high level( left) and a green wire going to the low (right) probe. The probes get scaled and do not sense water. If there is no sensing of the right probe ( low water) it will not heat. They both need to be cleaned. There is a nut or a big nut that will allow for the removal. Clean both probes and it should go back to normal.
You can't manually reset. The machine will have to do it. I had the same problem, two green flashing lights with one red (water) all 3 would just keep flashing and not turn solid. No coffee can be made or hot water. I could not pump prime. The problem was the steam wand was blocked with old milk residue. It needs unblocking or you will never pump prime. I could not unscrew the steam wand...so I let it sink in a glass full of hot water for a few minutes and then turned the water knob counter clockwise to push out the softened residue. After that, everything was good. When water started flowing out of the steam wand, the red light turned off and the green lights turned solid. The obvious answer to why you can't pump prime is there is a blockage somewhere and best to start with the steam wand. --Mabada