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OPEN HEAD HELPPPPPPPPPPP, water heated, ready to brew, I press the brew bottom and all it's doing is dropping water from the bottom in the tray, and the''open head'' is flashing, I have tried all night and nothing no a drop of coffee. thanks Claire

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    HB Brew Station #47224 heats coffee to a warm temp, but not as hot as it used to.

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Open the head and pull out the piece that hold the k-cup. Take a paperclip and clean out the needle. Replace and you shouldn't have a problem. We had the samething happen to us.

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Open the machine & find where is the dropping water come

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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

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My Coffee maker is not brewing, and the screen says de-scale. I don't know what to do, I remove the water container, turned it off and back on. I will appreciate your help, thanks Andrea


Step 1: Plug Brewer in and turn power "ON".
Step 2: Pour approximately 64 oz of the vinegar into the Brewer until 4 beeps signal the tank is full.
Step 3: Wait about 6 - 8 minutes for the vinegar to heat up and the green "READY" light to go on.
Step 4: Place a ceramic mug in the Drip Tray and run a brew cycle. DO NOT USE A K-CUP...just press the Brew button.
Step 5: Repeat the brew process 4 or 5 times pouring the contents of the mug back into the Brewer after each cycle.
Step 6: Now let the Brewer stand for 4 hours while still on.
Step 7: Place a ceramic mug on the Drip Tray and run 4 brew cycles, pouring the contents of the mug into the sink after each cycle.
Step 8: Turn the brewer off, let the remaining vinegar cool, and drain the brewer as instructed above.
CAUTION: Vinegar may still be hot. Remember to replace the Drain Cap.
c. RINSE
Step 1: Fill the brewer with hot tap water.
Step 2: Power up brewer.
Step 3: Wait about 6-8 minutes for the water to heat up and the Green "Ready" Light to go on.
Step 4: Place a ceramic mug on the Drip Tray and run a brew cycle.
Step 5: Repeat brew process 4 times for a total of 5 cycles.
Step 6: Drain the brewer as instructed above.
CAUTION: Water may be hot. Remember to replace the Drain Cap.
Step 7: You may need to rinse again to eliminate any residual taste.

http://www.keurig.com/Customer-Service/Brewer-Registration-And-Support/~/media/Files/Keurig%20Brewer%20Manuals/De-scaling_instructions_04_30_2004.ashx

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Hi
Your showing a Syncrony but this is for a Syncrony Compact. They are different.
Open the door. Remove the drip tray, dredge drawer. On the left side and towards the back of the brew group, there is a single screw in the brew group. If you can't get the dredge drawer out, just move it as far to the left as you can to get to the screw. Remove the screw. Grab the handle, squeeze and pull carefully, but firmly fast. Everything will come out (drip tray, dredge drawer, brew group and there might be water in the drip tray). The brew group should come out. There is a piece that remains in the machine. Slide the piece down and to the right and it will come off. Insert the piece into the hole on the backside of the brew group with the clip up. Tighten the screw and move brew group back into position.
To return the brew group to the centered position, you first need to drop the funnel. To do this, look on the opposite side of the brew group from the handle. At the top you will see an object that looks like a sharks fin. If you follow this piece down you will see 2 horizontal bars on the brew group body. Push your finger between these 2 bars and the funnel will drop. Now you can push the puck slide on the left side down and then to the center of the brew group. If you look down through the funnel you should see a piston. This should be centered in the funnel. If not just push the slide to the right until it does. Push the press button and you are now ready to reinsert the brew group into the machine. First you must insert the dredge drawer back into the machine. Close the door and turn on the machine without having the brew group in. You will hear the motor turn on and when it stops completely, pull out the dredge drawer, drip tray, then open the door and insert the brew group. Slide the drip tray,dredge drawer back in, close the door and test.

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Brew Unit will not go back into place


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You must make sure that the brew unit is ready to reinsert into the machine. To return the brew group to the centered position, you first need to drop the funnel. To do this, look on the opposite side of the brew group from the handle. At the top you will see an object that looks like a sharks fin. If you follow this piece down you will see 2 horizontal bars on the brew group body. Push your finger between these 2 bars and the funnel will drop. Now you can push the puck slide on the left side down and to the center. If you look down through the funnel you should see a piston. This should be centered in the funnel. If not, locate the slide on the left side of the brew unit, (it should be hanging down, a flat rectangular piece attached to the cylinder) and push the slide to the right until it does. Push the press button and you are now ready to reinsert the brew group in to the machine. First you must close the door with the drip tray and dredge drawer inserted and turn on the machine without having the brew group in. You will hear the motor turn on and when it stops completely, open the door and remove the tray, and dredge drawer, now replace the tray and insert the brew group. If it still won’t go in check the cog in the back of the machine. There are 2 wide teeth that should be at the 10:00 and 12:00 position. If they are at a different position you have a broken drive gear.

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We have had a saeco vienna deluxe for @ 4 years. Yesterday it made some unusually loud grinding & popping noises. After taking the brew group out and rinsing it, it will no longer go in. Is it time to...


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I have seen some of these machines with over 40,000 coffees in the display, but they do need a little care. One is the brew group. Cleaning is good but not as often as a lot of people do. I clean and lube mine about every 3,000 coffees (I have a display) Lubrication is necessary but only in 3 places. Do not lube the tracks, that just attracts coffee grounds and that can damage the brew drive when they pack into the tracks at the top by the brew head. It prevents the brew unit from cycling all the way through, and it busts the drive gears, and I think that is what is wrong with your machine. It can be fixed. Places to lube with food grade not food based lubricant.
Put some lube on a Q tip and lube.
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  2. The receiver on the back side of the brew unit. Lube inside top to bottom. (it looks like the end of a smoking pipe)
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You must make sure that the brew unit is ready to reinsert into the machine. To return the brew group to the centered position, you first need to drop the funnel. To do this, look on the opposite side of the brew group from the handle. At the top you will see an object that looks like a sharks fin. If you follow this piece down you will see 2 horizontal bars on the brew group body. Push your finger between these 2 bars and the funnel will drop. Now you can push the puck slide on the left side down and to the center. If you look down through the funnel you should see a piston. This should be centered in the funnel. If not, locate the slide on the left side of the brew unit,( it should be hanging down, a flat rectangular piece attached to the cylinder) and push the slide to the right until it does. Push the press button and you are now ready to reinsert the brew group in to the machine. First you must close the door with the drip tray and dreg drawer inserted and turn on the machine without having the brew group in. You will hear the motor turn on and when it stops completely, open the door and remove the tray, and dreg drawer, now replace the tray and insert the brew group. If it still won’t go in check the cog in the back of the machine. There are 2 wide teeth that should be at the 10:00 and 12:00 position. If they are at a different position you have a broken drive gear.

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You must make sure that the brew unit is ready to reinsert into the machine. To return the brew group to the centered position, you first need to drop the funnel. To do this, look on the opposite side of the brew group from the handle. At the top you will see an object that looks like a sharks fin. If you follow this piece down you will see 2 horizontal bars on the brew group body. Push your finger between these 2 bars and the funnel will drop. Now you can push the puck slide on the left side down and to the center. If you look down through the funnel you should see a piston. This should be centered in the funnel. If not, locate the slide on the left side of the brew unit,( it should be hanging down, a flat rectangular piece attached to the cylinder) and push the slide to the right until it does. Push the press button and you are now ready to reinsert the brew group in to the machine. First you must close the door with the drip tray and dreg drawer inserted and turn on the machine without having the brew group in. You will hear the motor turn on and when it stops completely, open the door and remove the tray, and dreg drawer, now replace the tray and insert the brew group. If it still won’t go in check the cog in the back of the machine. There are 2 wide teeth that should be at the 10:00 and 12:00 position. If they are at a different position you have a broken drive gear.

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2. Press "menu" once. Your LCD screen should say Brew 0:00.

3. (I messed this step up like 10 times and had to unplug the machine, then replug it and start over at step one. You have to unplug if the LCD displays "auto ____". If it continues to flash "Not Ready" and "Brew" then you can just keep trying step 3). Press and hold "medium mug". While holding "medium mug" press and release "menu". Immediately after pressing "menu" (while still holding "medium mug") press "small mug". Release "small mug" and "medium mug" at the same time. This entire thing needs to be done very quickly. as soon as you release "menu" go to "small mug" and release both buttons quickly.

4. Unplug the machine (do not turn it off). Wait for 3 seconds or so. Plug it back in, turn it on and follow the instructions for priming.

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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.

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