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Trouble light goes on when we turn machine on

There are six trouble lights on top bar, second from left goes on and we do not know what it represents

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This light tells you you need to descale the machine.  It is all explained in the instruction manual.  Once descaled you turn it off by holding down the steam button for more than 5 seconds.

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