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K75 brand new filled with water blue light flashes but will not dispense or heat up


Handle may not be completely down and make a positive contact. Open and close again, press firmly on the handel and it should start up.

Feb 01, 2014 | Keurig B70/K75 Coffee Maker

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Hello The lights on the front of the machine wont stop flashing so I can't press the cup symbols to make coffee. The hot water is coming out though through the steamer spout. Thanks!


Circuit Priming
When the machine operates for the first time and when
all the water has been dispensed, the machine circuit
needs priming. In this case, the 4 buttons of the control
panel will flash at the same time.
• Press the ON/OFF button . The 4 buttons will
flash.
• Place a container under the cappuccinatore.
• Open the "hot water/steam" knob by turning
it anticlockwise.
• Press the hot water button.
• Wait for water dispensing to stop.
• Close the "hot water/steam" knob by turning it
clockwise. Remove the container.
When the first priming ends, the warming up
starts. Before brewing coffee, water and steam,
please wait for lights 15 and 16 to be permanently on.
The machine is now ready to brew coffee and dispense
steam. Please see related sections for operating details.
Note: if priming is not completed, the 4 buttons
will keep on fl ashing. The machine cannot be
used.

Jan 14, 2011 | Saeco Nina Bar Espresso Machine

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Hi there...have the light continually flashing red...have cleaned it all out and everything is puched in etc...any ideas what it could be?


Had the same problem, switch off, take out the coffee dispensing unit. close everything else up, drip tray, dregs box and front door etc then re apply power. It'll clunk and whir a bit then stop. Switch off and refit the coffee dispensing unit making sure it fits flush with the rear of the housing (you can check this by looking through the hole where the dregs drawer fits. power up again and it'll clunk and whir again as it resets the dispensing unit. I hope you'll find that it's ok now.

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Gaggia Syncrony won't heat up.


I switch the machine on and the green light (number 24) flashes to indicate it is warming up but it never gets there it just keeps flashing for at least half an hour.

Dec 31, 2009 | Gaggia Syncrony Logic 74884 Espresso...

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Red water light is flashing


Check your water flowmeter. Check the turbine is not scaled or clogged.

Apr 24, 2009 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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Red water light is flashing


I read through many old posts and found the answer I was looking for. I turned the hot water nozzle on for 45 seconds and the problem went away.

Apr 10, 2009 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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No coffee coming from machine


Hi,

Can you make a cup of water or you can only get a half cup?

I think it can be your flowmeter in the machine that has to be replaced.

Aug 02, 2008 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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Part 2 -Flashing water light - will drain water but will not make coffee


Blinking light often means pump is not delivering water. Possible blockage from corrosion. Can also mean a valve blocked.
Do you hear the pump run?

Dec 11, 2007 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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