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Help i pushed the rubber in the water container (the small black rubber that sticks out from the little tiny hole) and now when i put the machine on the coffee doesnt get despensed into the coffee jar and there is a loud noise coming from the machine.

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    Hi i was washing my water container and the little rubber came off dont know how to put it back

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Maybe you have blocked the hole with the rubber grommet.
disassemble and reinstall it properly

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