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What can I do to have the Ready to Brew light come on? I tried to slowly pour in water and fill water tank but doesnt work.


Be sure spray disk and brew gasket are properly installed in the
brew head.

Be sure the water supply is properly connected and the water
supply valve is turned
ON

Be sure the WATER TANK IS FILLED
BEFORE plugging the brewer into a receptacle, or otherwise
connecting brewer to electrical power
THE WATER TANK MUST BE FILLED

Place an empty decanter under the brew head. Lift
the pour-over cover then pour warm tap water into the pour-over
opening until water flows from the brew head. When water stops
dripping from the brew head, empty the container.

Once the tank is full of water,
connect the brewer to electrical
power. The heating elements will begin heating the water in the
tank.
When the water has reached the proper temperature, the
"READY To BREW" light will glow. http://www.cdccoffee.com/pdf/bloomfield-8571-8572-user-manual.pdf

May 12, 2015 | Bloomfield 8571 Coffee Maker

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Baby gaggia no water flow for espresso


I helped my father to fix two of these machines that had this problem. He never uses the steam, only making crema coffee all day long, every day.

It is not easy to fix, but its not complicated either. If there is no water flow from the brew group, but still steam, that means the brew group has gotten clogged with Calcium.

When you take it apart you will be amazed.

You will need a very short and fat Philips head screw driver.

Like this:

http://www.amazon.com/Short-Stubby-Screwdriver-2-piece-Set/dp/B001CWHUDA

or similar. Any hardware store will have it. 1st step is to turn the machine on its side on a soft surface to protect from scratches.

Remove the brew head and look in the brew group where you prob. haven't looked before. You will see a screen with a Phillips head screw in the middle. You need the screw driver to remove that screw. It is like almost melted in from the high heat so you need a Phillips with a fat head so as to not strip it, and a thick handle to apply a lot of torque. And you will need a bit of strength.

If you make it past this just hit me back and I'll tell you more. Or hit me if you have any other questions about this step, or at all. Believe it or not, there is more stuff past the screen.

Jul 13, 2014 | Gaggia Baby Espresso Machine

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Gaggia Classic (3 months old). Suddenly there is steam only, no water flow.


If there is no water from the head then remove the screw and screen, then press brew button, if water flows clean shower, using a pair of plies hold screen over open flame, coffee will burn out of the small holes. If no water after trying above then remove the 2 allen wrench screws and carefully remove the diffuser and seat with spring, now try running the head, if water flows reassemble and you are back in busines, if no water descale machine.

Nov 25, 2010 | Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine

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Water for steamer but no water flows to make coffee


Remove the screw and shower screen under the brew head, make sure screen is clean, try running the head to see if water flows, if no water remove allen wrench screws, and check spring and valve seat, DO NOT LOSE SPRING AND VALVE. Try running head, if water does not flow, reassemble and descale machine.

Sep 10, 2010 | Gaggia Coffe Deluxe Coffee Maker, Espresso...

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Low water pressure, so takes ages to produce a cup of coffee. Has been de-scaled regular


If you get good flow with the portafilter out, you may need a new pump. When you descale do you run the descaler through the brew head? That is one problerm that people make is running the descaler through both the wand and the brew head. Sclae will build up in the pipe in the brew head and restrict it.

Feb 28, 2010 | FrancisFrancis! X1 Espresso Machine

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No water coming through the head after prime etc


I have the same problem. I disassembled the unit body from the boiler. There was some scale, which I cleaned out. However, everything was flowing through the orifices with gravity -- no need to use a pipe cleaner because nothing is clogged.

So then I started tracing the flow of water. There is only one thing between the boiler and the shower head: the solenoid valve (in diagram ER0182 part # 27).

Sure enough, the solenoid valve will not accept water through the orifice that would route it to the shower head. Of course, this is with the solenoid unplugged and removed from the system. I soaked the orifice end of the solenoid valve in some decalcifiying solution in the hope that the solenoid piston may be jammed with a bit of scale.

Now I'm going to reassemble and hope for the best. However, my guess is that my solenoid valve needs to be replaced. Everything else is working (pump, valves, tubes, etc.).

I will report back.

Jul 06, 2009 | Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine

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I have a Saeco Magic De Luxe. I am having a problem intermittent


Could be the pump not providing enough pressure to force the water through the coffee. When using beans or preground, can you still hear the pump function?

Jun 30, 2009 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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Bunn CWTF15-APS Unable to hold 195 at the brew head


Yes it is possible to go the the next larger element.
Yes if the machine was plumbed there would be a difference in the way it brewed the water temp. if you look at the end hose in the pan from the solenoid, it takes a while for it to pour out 3liters.
Try using a different sprayhead(if yo;u are using a 6 hole try getting a 5 hole. That will constrain the flow of water a little more allowing the element more time the heat the water.

Apr 17, 2009 | Bunn CWTF 15-APS Coffee Maker

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Do not know how to program fresh start oasis full button over fil


Remove the brew basket and water defuser (sprinkler head) it should come off with a 1\2 turn.
Place your measuring pitcher or empty pot in place.
Turn the main power switch off in back of unit.
Press and hold the Brew(full pot) button.
While holding the Brew(full pot) button turn the main power button in back to on.
Once the red light flashes over the Brew(full pot) button release it, then press it once to start the brew cycle.
Let it flow until desired level in pot or measuring pitcher.
Press the Brew(full pot) button once to Stop.
Press the Brew(full pot) button once again to lock the settings into memory. Memory will store the settings even if machine is unplugged.
Half pot button is automatically set.

Apr 09, 2009 | Oasis FreshStart 80 oz 10-Cup Coffee Maker

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Hot water won't flow into machine


You most likely need to prime the brew head. Follow the instructions in the owner's manual. To prime the brew head, you'll need to put run the machine without coffee until water starts flowing. One water flows, the brew head is primed and the machine is ready for normal use. You'll need to do this every time you run out of water. Regards, Denis

Oct 09, 2007 | Breville ESP8XL Espresso Machine

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