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Coffee just dribbles out, I use the em0480 grinder which says expresso grind 12-16 i find that even goin to 18 is not much good..i have checked the coffee basket for any blocked holes but they seem all good, definitly looks better and easier on the dvd

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Question: does water flow out nicely without coffee in basket? If yes then the grind on the grinder is too fine.

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