Question about Krups FME2 Coffee Maker
It's plugged into a functioning outlet and it's as if there is no power to the device. No display, it won't brew. It's working like it's not plugged in, but it is. It's a couple years old and has been a trooper and this morning it's just dead. I tried to get into it but don't have a set of drivers to remove the bottom. Does it have fuses?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Froth control problems
Your vinegar did the job: it as removed the deposits, now these deposits are clogging the four holes porcelain valve.....if the froth lever is not broken.
Remove all the screw you can see on the top and under the top of it, remove the cover, unscrew the frothing device down to the porcelain valve consisting of two 4 holes discs, clean them, and voila!
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
SOURCE: Dead Krups XP2070
I think you are right. Most likely the power board at the bottom. I saw a post about replacing the transformer but I when ahead a replaced the power module to fix mine.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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