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DeLonghi is stuck on initial heating up cycle

My DeLonghi ESAM540 is stuck on the heating up cycle that follows the initial start up 'self check' process and never makes it to the rinse cycle - so no functionality comes on & thus no coffee. Has anyone had a similar problem and/or a possible solution or even know the magic combination of buttons to press on 'turn on' to activate the program mode immediately?

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