Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I have an air bubble in the Nespresso . It makes a huge noise but will not produce any coffee.do I turn it off for a particular length of time? Do I hold punch and hold any of the buttons or WHAT?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First thing to try is a descale. Run the machine normally using it (as if making a cup of both types) a couple of times with a 50/50 mix of white vinegar and water. Leave the machine off but uncleaned overnight. run a couple of cycles with just water, and if there is still a slight vinegar taste then run a cycle with a teaspoon of baking soda in water, then flush with just water again. If this doesn't solve the problem, try again with 75% vinegar. If still not working, there is either a control board problem (may be solveable), or the valve/solenoid that stops/allows the water is sticking, almost certainly solveable by taking that apart and cleaning/lubricating. Definitely solveable by replacement. Let me know what you get after a descale if no luck. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
SOURCE: coffee not hot enough
Before placing first coffee capsule in the machine, run the large espresso cup button into a cup (clear water will come out). This primes the machine and makes for hotter coffee.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
This problem is most likely
being caused by air being trapped in the system. To fix this, please follow the
following steps: -
- Turn on the Machine, ensuring there is water in the tank
- Wait until the light stops flashing and the machine is ready for use
- Lift the silver lever on top of the machine into the upright position
- Press the coffee button on your machine
- Push the silver lever back, away from you, and hold it in this position for 3 seconds
- Press the coffee button again to stop the water flow
This procedure releases the air blockage in the system and your machine should function normally again.
(from Nespresso Club)
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
This is because there is either too much water in the drip tray, the empties container is full or the drip tray is not placed correctly. This took me a while to figure out as well, and the manual was little help. Nespresso is located in Switzerland so their support number is international. Hope this helps someone...
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, My Nespresso LeCube doesnt
I had the same problem. First, unplug machine for two (2) minutes. Then re-plug and as on/off switch is flashing- press and hold large cup button for 3-5 seconds (no light should show/flash from this button while you hold it down. The on/off will continue to cycle through its normal startup, after it completes you should be reset to factory settings and good to go.
Good luck to you, this maneuver saved me.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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