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I had that problem once when I ground my coffee too fine? Perhaps your grounds are too fine or your packing too much in. Try a bit courser grind and maybe not so much and not stamp it too hard? Hope that works!
https://www.delonghi-accessories.com/index.php the carafe is technically a different serial number
EH1254 and technically is a 12 cup (but fills to 14) but this is the correct one for the DC312T. However, the leaking seems a constant problem (we ordered a replacement via ebay and it did that too). Someone mentioned sticking puddy underneath so it does not spill
DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine so what does it do?Possible nothing,and do you know your last time you ran vingar though it to CLean it out?Normally solution is Vingar depend on size put 1-cup Vingar,half cup water,run it though.then run only water then next step in full pot,do this twice.Should work fine.
I believe the model you have has no user-selectable temperature settings. The manual for the Magic line suggests preheating the cups as the fix. You can use the electronic cup warner OR run your tap/faucet water as hot as possible, fill the cup you're going to be dispensing espresso into with hot water while your Saeco warms up...right before you hit the button to dispense espresso, empty the hot water, dry the preheated cup and you're set! It only takes a few seconds. This way, you waste none of your coffee's thermal emergy on cup heating and your coffee will stay hot longer. Hope this helps!
I assume your coffe maker used to produce more coffee for each use. Roughly 6 ounces per large cup, and now is only making 3 oz. cups.
If your coffee maker is sputtering and not able to "suck" enough water to fill your cups of coffee it is most likely due to cavitation caused in the little pump due to a stoppage, which is most likely lime or scale buildup somewhere in the pump line.
To fix it, don't take your coffee maker apart. Get a bottle of distilled white vinegar, and pour it straight into the empty water resevoir. Press brew with no coffee pod so you are just running the vinegar through the system. Pour the vinegar out of the cup and back into the resevoir. Add some ice to cool it off. Repeat about 10 times. This should clear out the toughest lime scale clog.
After you notice the cups are filling full of water, Replace the vinegar with fresh water. Run about 5 or 6 cups of fresh water through the system to get rid of the vinegar.