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Hi, my electra microcasa semiautomatic has been sitting for a few months. I drained it ,by turning it on it's side and draining it through the steam wand. the water came out clean. I only use bottled

Hi, my machine has been sitting for a few months. I drained it by turning it on its side, and let it drain out through the steam wand. the water was clear. I only use bottled water in it. Now I can't get the water to pump out of the water tank and into the machine. The pump noises sounds like it's working normaly, but its not flowing into the boiler water filler gage or the water tank. please help. Thanks Jeff

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clear the connections of glass with boiler. change glass seals. (be careful not to brake sight glass tube)

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SOURCE: Steam wand sprays hot water and very little steam.

The boiler lever sensor is dirty, full of scale or bent so more water getting in the boiler than it should be. Try to remove the lever sensor clean it with a brush and put it back.
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