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Want to calc this morning, somewhere i slipped up, now it does not want to switch on, or the cafe button keeps on flashing....

I try to clean or calc it this morning, but only got to step 4, now it does not want to switch on, and the cafe button below the on/of button keeps on flashing....!!

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Unplug it and hold all buttons when you plug back in ,in ten minutes

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