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Coffe comes out in a longer than usual drip

I have had the machine for somewhere around 3 or 4 years, making all the cleaning processes as demanded by the machine with original Bosch cleaning tablets.

Just today I noticed that the flow of coffee coming from the spouts is not a regular drip that stops instantly once completed, but rather drips in a thin and longer than usual drip.

Would seem like the inner conducts or the spouts themselves are obstructed by something; I would willingly attempt to disassemble the machine in order to clean it, but I don not dare without a disassembly schematic.

Any hints???

Thanks!

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See my B30-solution; same procedure!

http://www.fixya.com/support/t2900087-bosch_benvenuto_tkn68e75_coffee_maker

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