Question about Jura Capresso Impressa F9 Espresso Machine
Machine will not brew, water is filled in water tank but continues to say water tank fill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to open the grinder, it`s probably packed with old fine powdered coffee that blocks the outlet. Clean this out and try again. Since it works normal when you use pre-ground coffee, there shouldn`t be any problems with any other parts.
Let me know if you want a description for have to open and clean the grinder.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
It means that you need to fill up the system, inside the machine. Push the Water portion button, then it should flow water from the watertube. If you`re having trouble with this, change the water in the tank with luke warm water, this usually solves the problem after a few attempts.
If nothing happens and no water comes out, the solenoid valve is defective and must be changed.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
I had this problem with my Ena 3. The difference was that water was actually passing through the nozzle, but when I turned the dial back to the coffee symbol it would just tell me to open the tap again.
The solution was simple thanks to bergend's post, although I'd never have thought of it independently. I emptied the water tank and filled it back up with luke warm water instead of the cold water I had been using. After the first "system filling" round, the machine continued with the setup program fine.
So, to others with this problem: don't use too cold water in the tank for the first setup, even though the manual tells you to. Luke warm works great.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
I have the same problem with my E9 and I have traced it to the diaphragm unit that is just distal to the pump itself. Apparently, the diaphragm is secured with a steel band (not stainless since it is rusty) that may hold seals or O-rings that break down. You can observe it leaking when pressure applied during brewing. The question is: can a new unit be ordered and if so, where?
Posted on Nov 05, 2011
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