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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you use cold milk, I don't think it has enough heating power to make it hot enough. What I find works best is using long life milk from a carton which is room temperature, or making the milk room temperature warm in the microwave first before pouring into the milk containter
Posted on May 08, 2010
could you try back flushing it ?' must be possible ,as it sounds like the coffee grouts have got stuck in the water feed to coffee spouts so try a hose in the garden and try flushing it backwards through the spouts put finger on one and hose on the other and see what happens .
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
The problem The machine
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
you describe it can occur if you don't perform the tablet cleaning as describe
in the user manual at page 30, (see link below).
changes the direction where the coffee will be delivered via a solenoid valve.
The coffee oils that remains inside this solenoid every time you make a coffee
they can dry out and after many coffees and if you don
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
Clean the port using a small paper clip. Push it up the tube and pop out the material that collected inside.
Always use Distillate or Filtered water.
Posted on Feb 02, 2015
SOURCE: My z5 is out of
It is likely the push pull solenoid at the upper right of (facing) machine.
My machine was pumping coffee for cappuccino and special cups from the wrong spout (center spout) vs left spout.
I opened up the machine and found this solenoid which is supposed to push a lever that switches the flow of coffee between center and left spouts.
In my machine the solenoid wasn't working. Three potential causes of failure: 1) solenoid is stuck (mechanical issue) 2) solenoid failed or 3) power to the solenoid failed.
In my case it was 1) solenoid was stuck. I used a needle nose pliers to grab the nub of the solenoid push shaft and pull it out. You may need a butter knife to pry it out enough for the pliers to have something to grab. I moved the shaft in and out a few times, put the machine back together and I was back in business.
That's the short version. While I had the machine open I tested resistance across the solenoid using my ohm meter, and current to the solenoid during the left rinse cycle, ruling out both electrical causes. This was fortunate because I couldn't figure out how to remove the solenoid.
Posted on Aug 13, 2016
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