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Tecnico 105 Brasilia coffee machine those not taking in water and blow off the fuse on the board

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SOURCE: Everything sounds like its working...but nothing.

Another thing might be your coffee is too finely ground or tamped too tightly.  If water comes through the filter basket, try using a little less coffee and tamping less firmly.  If that works, you're all set.  If you still have a problem, you may need to switch to slightly coarser grind.

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Will not heat water

When my machine quit heating water, the first thing I did was check to see if power was getting to the element. In my case there was, so I changed the element and it worked. I would check that, and if there is no power trace the wires to the next component.

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Very hot weak bitter coffee

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My delonghi caffee nero machine-the coffee maker wont work,the hot plate doesnt warm either(although the lights come on. the espresso maker part works fine. Someone mentioned there is a fuse which blows...

If expresso maker part works, the fuse is ok. I think that the resistence of the hot plate is interrupted. You must use the guarantee's facilities. I think it is two years available.

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My keurig only dispenses half of a cup of coffee. Half the water comes through the kcup and the other half is despensed back into the water reservoir


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When machine is turned on the electrical parts blow a fuse. it is not a fuse or voltage problem but water seems to be falling onto electrical parts

if water gets into the electrical parts it will cause it to short out to ground, tripping your breaker/fuse. seal her up and see what happens.

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The pressure left the group!

Check the top of the group, you will find a nut which is about 19mm, within that nut is a micro-screen, and a small jet. Make sure the machine is cool and the inline water is turned off. The jet maybe clogged, get a paperclip or some pipe cleaners and clear, check screen for buildup, there might also be a small amount of sand in there(Minerals from the water), easiest way to clear it slowly open the inline water. BEFORE REMOVING THE NUT CHECK TO SEE IF THE GASKET UNDER IT IS TEFLON OR SILICONE. IF TEFLON GO AHEAD, IF NOT MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ANOTHER ONE ON HAND BEFORE YOU PROCEED.

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Bunn blows fuses

This is usually caused by the tray where you pour in the water leaking where it mounts down to the tank. it's probably cracked just enough to allow water to seep out, crossing wires on top of the tank, causing a dead short. There is also a seal that goes between the pour-in tray and the tank that sometimes starts to leak. This tray can be replaced if you can find a used machine that doesn't have the same problem. Before you buy one, though, you should take the top of your brewer off, remove the pour-in tray (careful - they get brittle over time) and look on the top of the tank for signs of water seepage. If there are no signs, then your heating element is most likely blown.

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Everything sounds like its working...but nothing.

It sounds like your filter is clogged.  This can be tricky to unclog, but use the pin that came with the machine.  I have had the most success when I use the pin and try to run H20 (no coffee) through the filter basket.  Sometimes takes several tries, but eventually blows out the clog.

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