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Jura capresso the machine asks to open tap ,i don't know how

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Re: jura capresso

If you gind too fine, it will overload the pump and result in the "open tap" a few seconds into brew. Rinse and gind coarser to clear out malfunction.

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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The dial on the upper right is all you need to do. Turn from the coffee cup to the water symbol. Water will pour out the spigot from the frother wand so put a cup under it. Close the tap when prompted by turning the dial back to the cup symbol

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

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