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Water container have a small valve which work with a small spring and o ring. You can remove the container over a sink unit fill with water and try to press with your finger to check if it block the water without pressing it and also check visual if their any dirt or scale blocking it from closing full or if the o ring is damages in any point.
In any case the valve work very simple the the spring force down the piston and o ring should block the water from ascape if any of thsi is dirty or damage or the loose then the water will leak.
You should also check the valve base on the machine body since their can be something that blocking the valve sit corectly on base so water can leak out of the piping arount the machine.
Propably the vibrating water pump is the problem. It might be full of scale and it can not create any pressure or it is completetly damage and need to be replaced. First we sugest to perform a descaling of the machine and try again. Second you should try to reduce by little the quantity of the grounded coffee used. Aprox you should use 7 to7.5 gr of coffee. If you try to use about 6 to 6.5 and you have the coffee runing out from the machine like in 25 sec you have about 30 cc of water. Then try to clean the group shower which it can be ansrew by one cetrer screw and if you can you can open the machine and remove to clean also the coffee group solenoid valve. Bothe the valve and shower can be full of dry coffee that can blocked the way of water coming to the grounded coffee. If you manage to clean everything above and the machine work ok so from now on in order to avoid the problem again try to flush water from the group many times without any coffee. With this is like you wash the group shower and valve from any remai coffee. Good luck
It seems that your problem is the one mention second that no water come out for coffee. So every time you try to make coffee the boiler is overflow and you have more water from steam tap.
So you have to clean the coffee shower on coffee group head since this might be blocked by dry coffee. Also the coffee solenoid valve could be also blocked from dry coffee and it can be removed and cleaned with a wire brush. It can be also be damage and most posible the solenoid coil burn out so you might need a new solenoid. So I beleive if you solve the coffee group blocked problem then you might have solve also the steam problem,
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Run CLR through a couple of cycles and flush with clean filtered water through a couple cycles. Try to use filtered water to prevent lime and calcium buildup, besides, the coffe will taste better - Godd Luck-Ned-
add a capfull of the cleaning fluid to a litre of water, insert milk tube and request cappuccino clean from the cleaning button...icon of cleaning tablet surrounded by water droplets, second row second button from lefthand side...then follow screen instructions to step your way through the cleaning selections with +and - buttons.
I keep the cleaning fluid held high to allow it to continue running after the cleaning action.
Remember to run clean water through the pipes using the same method above.
Google x7 manual and you can download one of many copies online.
sounds like air got in the water lines. Try turning off the machine and making sure the tank is seated good. at menu try an get hot water to get the pump flowing again. you may hear a loud "eh-eh-eh" buzz which means air is in the pump. It will quiet down as the air is forced out. try it several times. Hopefully you get it working. Just remember not to run the tank completely dry.