Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I suspect that some of the moisture has settled on the contacts or inside where the circuit board is situated. If it's a "sealed" unit, you might be better off to replace it. If you can open it without damaging the case, you will see the white-ish deposit on the circuit and it can possibly be cleaned out. Good luck, hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You might need to prime the pump manually since the machine has been moved.
Fill water tank.
Turn power on.
Open the steam knob all the way.
Press the coffee button.
Put a cup under the steam pump wand.
Wait until you see a steady flow of water and no air.
When you see the flow of water, close the steam knob.
Turn off the coffee button.
Now the machine should be ready to brew an espresso.
If that does not work you can contact the service center for more suggestions:
41 Woodbine St
Bergenfield NJ 07621
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
SOURCE: OPEN HEAD
Open the head and pull out the piece that hold the k-cup. Take a paperclip and clean out the needle. Replace and you shouldn't have a problem. We had the samething happen to us.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
You need to open the grinder, it`s probably packed with old fine powdered coffee that blocks the outlet. Clean this out and try again. Since it works normal when you use pre-ground coffee, there shouldn`t be any problems with any other parts.
Let me know if you want a description for have to open and clean the grinder.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I had this same problem and found that coffee grounds had somehow gotten in to the water reservoir and had been circulating thru the machine clogging the charcoal filter. This must have prevented the water from entering the heating chamber efficiently and therefore continued to gurgle until it all got thru. I flushed out the reservoir by holding the pot upside down and shooting water into the reservoir. It took some time to get all the grounds out. I took out the charcoal filter, flushed out that section and replaced it with a new filter. When finished, I ran thru a solution of white vinegar for good measure and bingo!! The coffee pot works perfectly.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
After grinding did you hear the brew group goes up and pump start? If you hear the pump start and stopped, itis blockage in the brewunit metal screen. Just needs cleaning.
If you don't hear the pump starting, the problem is with the faulty micro switch inside the gearbox , that is behind the plate of brewunit.(service center job)
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
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