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As this is an automatic espresso machine, I suspect that the cake container is where the "used" pucks of ground coffee drop into after your espresso is extracted. The container may not be fully seated in position. See if there is a door on the machine that the container may be hiding behind.
Good Luck.
-Steve

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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Hi,
for the error code 06. (this is what I got from a guy on a tech support line)

The issue is with the waterfilter. If you haven't changed it for a long time - change it. If you recently got a new one follow these steps:
- take the filter out
- unplug the machine from electricity
- plug it back in
- install filter (go into prog- service- install new filter)

It should remove the error. Haven't tested that yet, but that's what I got :)

Good luck

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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You can just removed the water tank filter (the cylinder inside the water tank) and washed it up. (Actually the filter should probably be replaced). Fix it back in the water tank and tide it safety upon the exit ring.

Don't forget to unplug the machine BEFORE doing this.
Next, restart the machine and let it perform the automatic self testing.

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Hi,
for the error code 06. (this is what I got from a guy on a tech support line)

The issue is with the waterfilter. If you haven't changed it for a long time - change it. If you recently got a new one follow these steps:
- take the filter out
- unplug the machine from electricity
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- install filter (go into prog- service- install new filter)

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