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My Jura Capresso C1300 reads Need Hot Water Cycle

My Jura Capresso C1300 digiial readout keeps reading "needs hot water cycle". It produces hot water from the steamer/water nosel, grinds normally, and I can see the coffee trying to come up through the small clear hose to the coffee spout when I have the machine case off but only a few drops are able to make it out. It has a puff of steam that comes out of the bottom of the press from somewhere that I can't see. I have tried removing and cleaning the visable hoses and running it witout the claris filter as well as checking for any cloging in and under the water tank and valve. It appears that the problem is where the coffee and water mix to be pumped out. The puff of steam coming from the bottom of press where I can't see puzzles me. This is a great coffee maker and I have owned it for a couple of years and have taken good care of it. My Husband is pretty handy and may be able to fix it with a schematic or service manual. Please help!

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  • df2329 Apr 15, 2009

    Thank You, I will check this out and let you know.

  • df2329 Apr 16, 2009

    Well, completely removed every mechanical piece from the coffee maker, (including hoses) cleaned and put back together. The pump does not work through the coffee nosel but does through the steam / water nosel, so the pump works. when turned on coffee, read-out still states "needs hot water cycle", so i've run numerous hot water cycles. No clog, It just won't cycle or pump the hot water through the coffee nosel. The problem appears to be with the electronics. Anyone with schematics on this Jura Capresso C1300 Please?

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*** in the pipes

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