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Got this for christmas and it doesn't seem to fill the cup correctly. I tried using the 10 oz and it seem to fill the cup just as much as when I did the 8 oz and at the 8 oz it didn't fill completely. Could it clog already after first cup?

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Probably not plugged. Those machines use air pressure to move the hot water around. It sounds like there is a leak or bad compressor. Take it back.

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