Question about Miele CVA4070 Coffee Maker
I have coffee beans in the container. When I hit coffee... The grinder is not grinding.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bean grinders expect to grind whole beans as you have just found out. The grounds have clogged the entrance of the grinder. Use a wood chop stick to try and loosen up the 'caked' coffee and remove the coffee with a vacuum hose attachment. Try to **** out as much of the coffee as you can. Please note that this should all be done with the machine unplugged. Try grinding again but don't let it 'Hum' too long if it's not grinding. You can also try to adjust the grinder 'coarser' to give more room for the burrs to clear. Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
SOunds like either the grinder is totally jamed with a small stone ( sometimes found in coffee beans) or the motor has died or the logic control of the motor operation has failed.
If mechanically minded, REMOVE POWER CORD, take all beans out of machine hopper - plug back in and see if you can detect any grinder movement. If not, UNPLUG again and see if you can see anything jammed in between the gringing discs. If so try and remove it even loosen up the amount of the grind as that may free up the jam.
Still no go, then you could test the motor but unless you are ELECTRICALLY competent DON"T ATTEMPT as it may be either a AC or DC motor and it could be running at low or DANGEROUS voltages.
Best to have it serviced if after checking for a jam it still is no go. Better to lose a few dollars than a life by attempting electrical repairs.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
There is set-screw that holds the cofee bean container from pulling all the way out. Loosening almost all the way out (or removing) the screw, will allow the cofee bean container to slide all the way out. However, when sliding it out, put a container under the edge of the machine housing to catch any residual beans and keep them from falling all over the floor. Here's how to do it: with the door open, look (or feel with your fingers) directly at the (closed) coffee bean container. Coming up from the bottom, all the way on the right side is the set screw. It's a black phillips screw that you can easily miss if you don't look carefully or use a flashlight as it blends in with the housing. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
f 17 is no water flow. It usually occurs when the brew unit has not been cleaned regularly, when the coffee grind size is set too fine, or when oily beans are used. You can try to soak the brew unit in hot water for a while, and run water through it in the sink. Unfortunately, most cases require brew unit replacement. A properly cleaned and maintained brew unit should last the life of the machine.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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