Question about Sunbeam Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Posted by Anonymous on
The water level sensor is based on a floating magnet. The magnet breaks out of it's holder in the water tank. Remove the water tank via the door on the back of the machine, tip the water out (and the magnet will probably come out too). Put the magnet back in the housing down near the water valve, and wedge the black lid on with a bit of plastic. Refill and enjoy coffee.
... or put some black tape over the red light.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a low water sensor tube in the water tank. Pull it out and leave it out for 30 seconds, then lower the bell back into the water tank. If the bell gets water inside the it looses the aire pressure to activate the sensor. There should be only air in the bell and hose.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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