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Water leak from underneath whilst dispensing - Braun Tassimo Espresso Machine/Coffee Maker

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  • vern336 Mar 21, 2009

    water comes from the condensation hole (while making drinks) in the bottom of the drip tray holder, nearly as quick as it comes from the drink dispenser hole, making it look like its leaking from the bottom, its been descaled but water is still coming out as quick as ever

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From experience in your model and also other espresso machines there are many possible points that you may have the leak. The pump, boiler, volumetric dozer, water/steam valve are connected together with Teflon pipes and supports at the ends with the clips and one "o" ring. In one of this point the clip can slip out so the Teflon hose to be loose and so the leak. There are also some cases if the machine is more that 2-3 years one of the above parts to leak itself due to tearing out and it might need to be replaced.

So you need to remove first the top panel and then the side panel and work the machine with extra safety since we have power wires and with visual check to find the point of leak.

If it is just the Teflon pipe and clip slip out the secure it back again, if it one of the part you can try to tight up and if the leak insist then you need to replace it.

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