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Great coffee now tasts bitter- left it on all night

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SOURCE: coffee stays in brewer and is wet coffee tastes

Try to clean the showers both upper and lower on the removable coffee group. If they are blocked from dry coffee then you have the result you describe. If not then you presure pump my not pump properly or you have a lot of scale that blocked the water flow.
Also check the water if it hot enoght since if the thermostat can stop before the water heat up to 95 C and if it is cold we can have the result you have mention.
Good luck.
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Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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