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Steam does not come out of steam pipe

When trying to dispense steam we get several low level spurts of steam but not enough to froth milk. heave tried descaling but did not fix

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If you wait too long after making the coffee, you will not have enough water left to make steam. Try to steam the milk immediatels after the coffee loses pressure.

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