Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Fill with water again , use vinegar or lemon juice , Use distiled water always for brewing and descaling .
Posted on Nov 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
F10 is a water intake fault. The are several possibilities: the pump may be defective, a piece of lime scale may have blocked a pipe, the water tank might be faulty. Most likely is the pump.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
It should take about 45 minutes to an hour to properly descale the machine. If it only took a couple of minutes you really didn't descale your machine. If you used the powder it has to disolve completly before descaling. The best way to descale is with the descaler in the tank. Turn on the machine and run about 8 ozs of water-descaler through the wand and then turn off the machine. Wait 10 minutes and repeatthe last procedure. Do this until the tank is empty. When done with the descaler, rinse out the tank and put fresh water in the tank and run the whole tank through the wand. Then fill the tank and your ready to go.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
I have had an S9 for 8 years now and have had it refirbished twice in its lifetime. I am convinced that the Claris Water filters cause this problem in that they can creat to much resistance or air and the system becomes water starved.Try taking out the filter and running steam for a couple of minutes. If you see water coming through, you most likely have a bad filter. moving forward, i am leaving the filter ourt and running the system in the DeCalc mode. I will have to decalcify the system routinely now but its worth eleviating the filter headache.
Posted on Jan 03, 2012
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- Make sure that the filled water container is in the appliance.
- Turn the program selector to "On" with lighting and place a container under the hot water spout and another under the steam spout.
- Press the hot water button, turn the steam selector counterclockwise and dispense hot water until it flows in quiet, continuous streams.
- Press the hot water button again. Turn the steam selector clockwise to o, to turn off the water.
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