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Only one spout dispenses coffee

Decreased flow from the coffee spout

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Same for my CVA 5060 : the right spout seems to be blocked...
I tried a cleaning cycle and a descaling one with no success.
Any idea of where to clean ?

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Posted on Aug 31, 2014

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  • Edgar Martin
    Edgar Martin Aug 31, 2014

    Finally, I've found the right thing to clean :-)

  • Edgar Martin
    Edgar Martin Aug 31, 2014

    Finally, I've found the right thing to clean :-)

  • christine
    christine Jan 23, 2016

    can you buy this part new? tried cleaning and continually clogged

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SOURCE: the brewed coffee does not flow freely from the spouts

There could be a buildup of minerals in the flow path of the coffee, or there could be bad seals, or there is some corrosion along the flow path.

With some investigation an experienced service person who is familiar with these coffee machines should be able to figure this out.

Jerry G.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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