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This means it has entered descaling mode. Press the three buttons on top all at the same time until you hear a beep/chime. Then your machine should be ready to go again. This happened to me once when I didn't notice that the water reservoir was empty and I tried to make espresso. If this happens and nothing else is an issue like what happened to me and the drip tray is empty and in correctly you likely need to descale the machine. You should do so at your earliest convenience so that you don't harm the pump because the machine is full of limescale.

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SOURCE: The Nespresso won't make coffee yellow light keeps blinking

This is because there is either too much water in the drip tray, the empties container is full or the drip tray is not placed correctly. This took me a while to figure out as well, and the manual was little help. Nespresso is located in Switzerland so their support number is international. Hope this helps someone...

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SOURCE: light don't stop blinking .... Nespresso Essenza C100

My guess is that the Essenza is in 'Descaling' state. See section 7 of the essenza manual. To get out of it, hold both the buttons down for 3 secs. The lights will then blink at normal rate for a bit and then turn solid.

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