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Can't get expobar office lever to start pumping water into boiler

Brand new expobar office lever. put tube into full water reservoir and turned on machine, water won't pump into boiler. Instructions say to remove plastic flange from bottom of reservoir, which may be the problem if I knew what a flange was, and where to find it. There's nothing on the reservoir at all. I appreciate your help very much.
Thanks so much, Shannon from Canada

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    my expobar machine seems to be putting out too much water pressure. Is there a gauge anywhere inside the machine. Where can I purchase parts for my machine in china?

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You are right, there is no flange.Under the tank reservoir there is a switch (micro) if you lift the reservoir up you should hear the switch click on and off,.Sometimes the switch will hang up and stop the pump from coming on.Try that and let me know.

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