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Odea go dripping/dribbling more

Hi. My Odea Go is about 8 months old, and it has recently been dribbling and spurting a lot of water out of the steam spout both after the spout has been used AND when it is turned off and I am making espresso. Any suggestions?

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You need to take it in to get serviced. This is a known issue with the Odea GO. We had to take ours in last year. Haven't had a problem since they fixed it.

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