Question about Bosch TASSIMO Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
When powering on the ground fault breaker trips. The unit has been dry for weeks. Internal inspection does not reveal any obvious problems. Is there a common component failure that would cause this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NOT SO GREAT COFFEE GROUNDS!
Might there be some stuff crusting the dispanser vent? Did you clean it regularly? If you've not done that, this is what you do:
1) Open up the lid where the T-Disc is supposed to go.
2) Take out any moveable (not breakable) object, for instance the thing that punctuates the T-Disc(its made of two parts stuck together) and the T-Disc holder.
3) Take 'em apart and put 'em into your dishwasher or wash it by hand.
4) Wipe the entire T-disc area with a damp cloth, make sure nothing stays there that isn't supposed to be there.
5) Put the removed and cleaned parts back very carefully and watch out that they are exactly in place, if in doubt wheter they are fitted correctly, just shake them a little. There should be no movement other than up and down.
6) Enjoy your coffee!
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
It is possible that you have a short in your limit thermostat, but most likely this is caused by small holes in your main heating element. these units start to split length ways down the element, causing a short to ground through the water. These elements are readily available at your local Bunn repair shop.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
I'm having the same problem with my machine. I rang the Tassimo careline and they told me to descale the machine but, so far, this has only made matters worse. I'm now going to take it back to where I got it from because it's still within its warranty.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
I just opened one of the machines with this issue and found that the heating element is entirely ripped open (over the length of the coiled heating element) and the water contaminated with brownish stuff from within the element.
Was wondering if that part can be replaced.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
hi, this morning I was making a capuccino, and the first part was fine, the expresso was fine, I waited for the light to change colors, open the lid, put disc with the cream in the machine and the green light won't come on, only the yellow on the left hand side and is not working<br /><br />
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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