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Water not flowing in breville bdc600xl

Water is not flowing into the brew chamber, even when using the pre-ground cycle.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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We stumbled across a solution to this same problem by filling the reservoir about half full, putting it in place, and reaching down to the bottom (small hands required) to pull the plunger open. The machine was running at the time, set to run water through the filter holder, which had no grounds in it. It may not be necessary to have the machine on. Good luck, Gene

Posted on Dec 26, 2007

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A card included in the operating manual indicates that this is normal. The Breville "Dual Wall Crema System" will do this. Visit www.breville.com for more information.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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SOURCE: Temperature adjustment?

the rear temp sensor is in charge of the brew temp. To increase the temp, lift sensor and clean out the thermal paste. To further increase, insert some fine metal mesh between sensor and boiler. The front senser is for emergency (overheat) cut off. Don't tamper! Brought to you by Jim Vonkas

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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SOURCE: how do I get my breville cafe roma espresso

Same thing happened to me and I had to push down on the water tank a little more firmly. It looked like it was seated okay but I guess it needed to be pushed down more to open the little spring-loaded opening at the bottom.

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Contact Keurig customer service at 1-866-901-BREW (2739) -- everyone i have spoken to was very kind and helpful

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Well I use vinegar. Fill the water chamber with 1 cup vinegar and water. Run through a brew cycle. Than run through again with plain water.

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* Naturally when you boil water in a sealed chamber it's going to pressurize to the point where something will give. In this case it's the coffee grounds. But what if the grounds plugs up the filter and pressurizes it beyond what the chamber can safely contain? This is where the safety valve will sense the over pressure and release the excess steam. You will see and hear a loud hiss and steam exiting from the side where this valve is.
* The safety valve is not adjustable. Pre-mature blow out (of steam) can be caused by too fine a grind on the coffee, Turkish grind is finer than espresso. This tiny grind will clog all the filter holes. Use the standard espresso grind which is 1 size up from Turkish grind.
* The safety valve may blow if too high a heat is applied to the pot. Turn down the stove to a lower setting to give the hot water and steam time to flow through the coffee. If you observe the coffee as it oozes out of the center post. It should be a steady flow (like lava) with a gush of steam near the end of the brew when the top pot is full.
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