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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hope this reaches you, as I had the same problem. You start with the metal screws attaching the handle. The screws are strange, but you can use a small phillips... you need enough force to turn them, but don't break the plastic. Get the handle off, then look under the housing on top of the needlle... if you look in there, you will see 2 screws... then when housing is removed, you'll see 2 more screws... in other words - carefully keep turning screws until you have the part open that you want. I started with the screws near the needle that is the spout. just remember the steps, so you can reverse and close the thing up. Any problems, you can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org, and thank you for serving our country! If you need a new machine, maybe I can get you one. Barbara
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
One question before I make any suggestions: If you remove the shower screen and screw, do you get a nice flow of water or is it still steam?
If you get a nice flow of water, then check your screen hold it up to the light and you should be able to see through the tiny holes, if not, get a pair of needle nose pliers and being very careful hold screen over an open flame like the stove burner. The coffee will burn before the anything happens to the metal. When it is cooled screw into group and see if the flow of water is better.
If you get nothing but steam then it is time to descale the machine.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
I'm probably to late for this answer, but I will share it anyway.
I got this problem after buying a used CVA620, that had not been used for a while.
To solve the problem i used a breast pump :-)
My wife had this doublepump after the last kid. And I used the hoses that comes with this unit (rubber-like) and connecting them to the hot-water and the steam-nozzles. I started pumping, and pushed the hotwaterbutton. After 5min of pumping and swearing, the job was done. No my CVA works as a charm again :-)
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
SOURCE: Miele CVA 4075 brew unit locked
Turn your machine off. Close the door. Depress <clear>, holding it down, press <on/off> then let go of both. Then press <clear> 3 times. On 3rd time, hold it until Service menu appears. Select <brew unit> then press left arrow to turn from <off> to <on>. Then press right arrow by <select> This will turn your brew unit drive to the correct position and you should be able to get your brew unit in/out and your waste container back in. Make sure to turn your machine off/on again to get out of Service Menu. I have a picture of how the wire needs to be inserted to get that back on. It's definitely not intuitive, but send another note with your email address and I can send the pics.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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