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Lowest light is blinking constantly

Why is the lowest smallest red light blinking? I can't tell what the little picture means underneath the blinking light. It will let me make coffee but the blinking is annoying.

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The Lower red light is blinking, because something is not in correctly. Make sure all of your trays and draws are in correctly. Also, check the brew group is in all the way. Remove it and reinstall it.

If remove and reinstalling does not solve the problem, then you will need to have the machine serviced. You may have a problem with a swith or some other electrical related issue.

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