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Vienna superautomactica found a spring

Machine only spit out a very small amount of coffee, turned off, when trying to get the brew group out, it was stuck, with a little jimmying, i got it out and a spring fell from somewhere, got all cleaned out but the bean light continues to blink, it must be the spring, any ideas where it goes?

thank you sincerely, in advance for any help

diane

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  • dianemcmulle Jan 31, 2009

    here is a picture:



  • Mirko Blas
    Mirko Blas May 11, 2010

    Hi Diane,

    Have you a picture on the spring, if i can see the spring then i can tell you where it should be.

    Best regards
    /Mirran


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Hi,

That spring can fit in many places:-(

I put a blowprint of the brewingunit here.

vienna superautomactica found a spring - de174b0.jpg

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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The spring is most likely from the door that spills the ground into the brew group. Take the brew group out. The door is in the top right side of the space. The spring shuts the door when grinding and it should be closed when the brew group comes out. The door opens only when the ejecting the grounds into the brew group.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

  • vlught1955 Feb 02, 2009

    Sorry didn't see the picture - that spring looks like it comes from under the center grind blade - it's one of three

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