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I press the middle button to begin brew process. I hear the beans being ground. Then the coffee begins to flow from the 2 spouts into the cup as usual, but the flow of coffee stops after filling only about one-eigth of the cup, even though I set the fill level to make a full cup. I've used the machine daily for about 2 years without any problem, until 2 days ago when this problem arose out of the blue.

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Normally its the water counter inside the machine inside you got a pipe thats connected to the the middle of water tank
inside the machine follow that pipe down and its connected to that water counter white plastic parts with 3 wire connected to circuit board let me now if you need more info pierre p.s its not bad to descale the machine not with vinegar but special descaling produc t

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