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Smeg coffee and cappucino maker

I am trying to set up my new smeg coffee and cappucino maker but cannot get past this display message 'COFFEE GROUND TOO FINE ADJUST MILL' I have done this and delivered water thru the cappucino maker as per the problem page in the manual but it will not go away. The machine will not even heat up.

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SOURCE: have a delonghi Prima Donna 6700 coffee machine and get this message

Hi there coffee person.
Have you tried disconnecting the machine from the power supply. As well as that check if there are enough coffee beans in the bean in the compartment and enough fresh water in the water tank. Not only this but is the compartment with the coffee "tablets" - full or empty. Fill or empty accordingly. Connect to power again, if the machine does not work the only advice have from here is "to clean the machine" as described in the manual or as you are used to.
Good luck
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  2. Fill your tank and add descale solution.

  3. Go to program settings - Descale.

  4. Follow the prompts on the readout.

  5. After descale and rise are complete refill your water tank.

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Hi there coffee person.
Have you tried disconnecting the machine from the power supply. As well as that check if there are enough coffee beans in the bean in the compartment and enough fresh water in the water tank. Not only this but is the compartment with the coffee "tablets" - full or empty. Fill or empty accordingly. Connect to power again, if the machine does not work the only advice have from here is "to clean the machine" as described in the manual or as you are used to.
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  4. Use the Built-In Cleaning Brush to sweep out excess grounds. Use a clean cloth or paper towel to remove any remaining grounds.
  5. Be sure to clean your coffee mill completely after each use.
  6. Do not try to oil or sharpen the blades. The blades are permanently lubricated and never need sharpening.

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