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Cappuccino and latte macchiato buttons blinking

Both lights blinking when milk is attached

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I have the same problem... it continuously flashing.. even when it should have reached temperature.. pls advise

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The unit is heating the steam - the lights should switch to contant once the right temperature is reached. Make sure to always descale the machine if the cappuccino button light turns orange.

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