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Descale prompt stays on after descaling?

I descaled the machine when prompted, but the prompt won't go away. Does that mean I need to do it again? Or is there a way to get rid of it until next descale required?

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In the menu just after descal go to signal descal then press enter and reset the counter.

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SOURCE: What Descale sign means

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Start the descaling and follow the instruction the machine give you.

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Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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Press and hold the descale button(lower right), it will light up.Then you can start the process. The machine will prompt the next step when the solution in the tank is used up. Have a go.

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Many times if you perform once more descale the problem can be solved so here is a video that can help to repeat the descale

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SOURCE: talea giro descale already done but red led of descale has not gone

I was told by tech that if you hold the water button in for a few seconds then this resets. It depends on what kind of water you use too. If you use filtered or spring water then you don't need to descale it as often and you can override this by above method. Hope that helps.

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