Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Mine does not have the silver tube coming down. A model or serial would be helpful. For mine you open the top, put your coffee disc in upside down. close it to pierce the disc. Fill the back with water. Then the color whould turn green on the dial and move to the top. press the top of the dial where the green is and it should start the brewing. when done the color on the dial will move to the right side. you would then press this only if you want to dilute the coffee with more water. When its out of water the bottom of the dial turns red. Be sure to use the right size cup according to the ounces indicated by the disc you're using. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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