You have a blockage that needs clearing. try putting on full rinse cycle a couple of times, but if that doesn't work then I'm afraid that you will need to call Miele to repair as it is a bit tricky to clear. Also sounds like you may have used a "coated" coffee bean. These machines can only use a normal bean & not flavoured beans which have a coating (sticky). If you have been using the normal beans only then the rinse may help.
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If you are having a problem with your espresso/coffee machine with water coming out of the nozzle of your espresso/coffee machine or there is a smaller amount of water then usual that you notice coming out of the nozzle area, locate a pin or a sewing needle and clean the nozzle head with the pin or sewing needle. This actually happens due mostly to the grind level of the beans that most people have there unit set on. When you first get your machine there are actually no problems grinding your beans to the finest setting but as time goes on these small grinds end up building up and eventually clogging the nozzle head due to the fineness of the grind and the oil that is found in coffee beans. This also may require more then one cleaning with the pin or sewing needle on the nozzle head depending on how fine the grinds are that you use in your machine. All espresso/coffee machines should have this done often especially if you are used to a finely ground coffee. The simpler solution would be to turn down the grind setting but preferably more people set there unit to the highest grind setting thinking there will be a difference in the taste or strength or robustness of the coffee or espresso. If the beans are not ground at the maximum setting by turning the fineness of the grind down you not only save yourself the amount of time to clean the nozzle head with a pin or needle. You also prevent clogs of this finely ground amount of coffee from backing up in your water path within the unit as well. If the fine grounds are not removed in this manner eventually you can cause damage to the machines water pump as well. Thanks again Rick As you can see from other customers replys this does work very well at alleviating this clog issue in the nozzle head Click these links http://www1.fixya.com/support/t10480669-not_come_out http://www1.fixya.com/support/t10277688-not_getting_thick_plugs_grounds_more
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Hello, There could be a couple reasons why your coffee machine leaks from underneath. To diagnose this issue properly you would need to think about how the unit performed before it started leaking from underneath. Was there not water coming out of the nozzle or spout head which is the part the coffee comes out of before this happend? If there was no flow through the nozzle head this is most of the time due to the fineness level that people grind there coffee at. I see this issue happen very often in both coffee makers and espresso machines as well. Everyone loves a good cup of strong coffee. Some do actually believe and yes I have had it proved to myself as well that when you grind the bean to the finest level that you can or close to it the coffee is made with a bolder or stronger or more aromatic taste and flavor. What many do not realize is coffee also is made up of oils. When the coffee is ground to a fine level the at first everything flows well through the water flow path of the machine and out the nozzle head. No one realizes though the small deposits of oil from the grind being so fine that are left in the flow path due to this grind level. As the machine is used more frequently over some time the oil starts to collect grind particules in the flow path towards the nozzle head until eventually it clogs and blocks the nozzle head where not even water will come out of the nozzle. The way to alleviate this from happening is not only to turn down the grind setting but also if you do descale your machine use a pin or sewing needle on the nozzle head spout hole to clean the head from the build up on the inside of the head. If you were not to clean the head over a period of time eventually it would block coffee or espresso from coming out of your machine totally. When it does this the water pump is still trying to push the water through the path and due to the blockage it cannont so in turn the pump builds up pressure and you eventually either end up with a leaky or bad pump due to this. When you do use this pin method to clean the nozzle head it may take more then one time to clean the head depending on how much use before the last time you or someone performed this. If you have any further questions message me back. Thank you again I await your reply Rick
If you have no flow of coffee out of the nozzle tip which is the point that the coffee leaves the machine and goes into your cup most of the time this is not due to the grinder being blocked. Most of the time I find that the nozzle head is blocked instead in which due to the mixture of people that grind there coffee or espresso to a fine grind which ends up fine at first. After awhile though the oil that is inside the coffee ends up sticking to the inside of the nozzle head and starts to gather small particles of finely ground coffee which ends up clogging the nozzle head. If you take a sewing pin or a small needle and insert it into the small hole in the head and clean the head this way you will get coffee or espresso flowing again in no time. You may have to perform this cleaning techniqe more then one time in order to clear the clogged nozzle head. You would clean the head in the way that I described above and then turn on your coffee or espresso maker and see if the water starts to flow out of the nozzle if it did not you would once again use the pin or needle on the head and likewise when you were done turn the unit on again. Just a common question though what grind level are you using? If its all the way to its highest setting turn it down. I will await your reply Thank you Rick
The sieve in the brew unit appears to be clogged, you say you have cleaned under the flaps, but are you sure there`s nothing left on the sieve? Clean out all coffeegrounds you find inside there. Also, check the grinder setting; it could be you have set it to fine. This usually makes the coffee barely dripping from the spout. After cleaning and adjusting the grinder setting, you should run a cleaningprogram.
In worst case; the sieve has to be taken out and cleaned, this is not recomended to do without training.
You might have to reprogram the brew level. Does it over fill the decanter or is is over flowing from the brew basket? If from the decanter then reprogram, there are instructions behind the front panel. If from the brew basket then adjust coffee grind and or volume, also check and clean the sprayhead.
Hello, I had the same problem, therefore the machine has gone to a repair centre. The problem is caused by a mechanical switch in the machine, that doesn't work properly. To repair it you've to open the machine completely, but that’s not easy. Because there is nothing broken you’ll should have warranty because it is a production failure. The solution in my case was to heat up the switch and push it a little together so that the contact works properly. It is the switch that you hear when you turn on the machine.
I have had that problem with my bunn and I unscrewed the nozzle and it didnt help.My pot came with a wire so long u are totake that wire and stick it up in there and it cleans it out .If that does not work run cleaner threw it but i would not use vinegar.Thats the best i can do,it worked for me.
the needle in your k-cup holder is broken and over presure built up in the k-cup, and create security stop. Change our k-kup holder. if the needle is still in place the k-cup must be puncture on both side on top and bottom. if is right our needle can be block. clean with a little rod of stainless steel.