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Krups nespresso not heating water

I have krups nespresso essenza 2001.  Usually when turned on the green light flashes whilst water is heating up, turns  steady when ready and the water is hot..  Sometimes when turned on the green light is immediately steady but the water isn't heated.   we've had the machine about 3 months using it approx 5 times a week and this has happened twice now.

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  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2009

    Same problem... pice of ****!!! Makes bloody nice coffe... when it works..

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    The three lights keep flashing and if you start to use it keeps pumping water through

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That is a faulty thermostat or a defective control board.

Contact Krups and have the machine replaced.


Contact - Krups International

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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