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After the pod is put into the machine doesn't pump the water through

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Had that probleme ( if you check the pin that pierce that k cup or pod ( it has small hole in it take a tooth pick and put it true that hole to get the dried up coffee out ( if that seem to not work ( u can blow in that needle also) and if that dont work take the top off ( screws ) and find the feeding line could full of dried up coffee ... ;) that is your problem

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Just brought dolce gusto mini me. Milk flowing out everywhere.


You are not supposed to fill the machine with milk. Just water. It is a pod machine, you put a coffee pod in the slot. Then water in the tank. Push the button and it heats the water then when ready push it again and it dispenses hot water through the coffee pod. In your cup you will have hot coffee with crema. If you have a milk frother/volumiser then you add milk.
If you add milk to the pod tank, it heats up, volumises aka increases in volume and flows everywhere. I suggest you read your manual :)

Mar 21, 2018 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Why would my keurig only push through a small amount of water from a pod but give a full cup when using a fill your own pod?


Hmm, this is a very interesting question. My experience tells me it is probably two things that are happening with your Keurig. It takes a bit more air pressure to push the water out of the heater through a new pod than pushing it thorough a do-it-yourself pod. This would have to do with how much coffee is in the new pod, vs. your own pod and the grind of the coffee. My guess is that the grind in the new pod is finer than the grind you are using in yours. Anyway, the issues are probably experiencing are either a weak air-pump motor "and" a leaky solenoid valve, or a combination of both. The air pump motors are notorious for getting all rusty and corroded on the inside due to water leaking from a bad solenoid mounted directly above it. Once the motor armature starts to get rusty it starts to lose power because it doesn\'t spin freely anymore. In addition, the solenoids used on this machine are also notorious for leaking and the internals become corroded. Once the inside of the solenoid becomes corroded it gets sticky and will not firmly seat closed during the brew cycle. If the valve doesn\'t close all the way it will allow some of the air from the air pump to bypass the water heater and flow into your external water reservoir. During the brew cycle of a new pod do you notice any air or water draining back into the external water reservoir? If so, you have a leaky solenoid. Bottom line is, if you are not a technical person, you\'ve got big problems with your machine. This explanation is getting a bit long and boring (I know), so if you want to know your options to fix it or return it for a new one, you will have to send me another note. The repair is a pain! Good luck and I hope this helped.

Aug 05, 2014 | Keurig Platinum B70 Coffee Maker

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Need a descaler


instractions are from manual HD7810/00

Use the correct descaling agent
Only citric acid-based descalers are suitable for descaling the SENSEO
machine. This
type of descaler descales the machine without damaging it. For the correct amount,
see under 'Descaling procedure' below. Each descaling mixture can be used only once.
After use, the descaling mixture is no longer active.
We advise you to use the special SENSEO
Descaler (HD7012/HD7011/HD7006).
Read the instructions on the package of the descaling agent.
Never use a descaling agent based on mineral acids such as sulphuric acid,
hydrochloric acid, sulphamic acid and acetic acid (e.g. vinegar). These descaling
agents may damage your SENSEO

coffee machine.
Descaling procedure
1 Mix 50 grams of citric acid with 1 litre of water in a measuring jug. Stir until
the powder is completely dissolved.
2 Fill the water reservoir up to the MAX indication with the descaler mixture.
Then put the water reservoir back into the coffee machine. (Fig. 3)
Note: Not all SENSEO
machine types have a water reservoir with a capacity of
1 litre. If you have a SENSEO

machine with a smaller water reservoir, repeat steps
2 to 6 with the remainder of the mixture without filling the water reservoir up to
the MAX indication.
3 Press on/off button 3. (Fig. 10)
The machine is ready for use when the indicator light lights up continuously.
4 Place the 1-cup holder h with a used coffee pod in it in the coffee machine.
Close the lid and make sure it is properly locked.
Note: Always put a used coffee pod in the pod holder when you descale the
machine. This pod serves as a 'filter' to prevent the sieve or hole in the pod holder
from getting clogged with scale residue.
5 Put a bowl with a capacity of at least 1500ml under the spout to collect the
descaling mixture (Fig. 8).
6 Press the 2-cup button hhand let the machine operate. Repeat this until
the water reservoir is empty. (Fig. 25)
Never interrupt the descaling process!
7 Repeat steps 1 to 6. Replace the used pod with another used pod to filter out
the scale residue.
Note: To descale properly, you have to use 2 litres of descaling mixture.
Never descale the SENSEO
coffee machine with the lid open. Make sure the lid is
properly locked.
8 Rinse the water reservoir with tap water. Fill the water reservoir up to the
MAX indication with tap water and repeat steps 3 to 6.
Note: Do not refill the water reservoir with used hot water or the used descaling
mixture.
9 Fill the water reservoir with fresh tap water up to the MAX indication again
and repeat steps 3 to 6 once more.
Note: Always rinse the machine by letting it empty two full water reservoirs.
10 Remove the used pad and clean the pod holder after descaling to prevent the
sieve or hole in the centre from getting clogged.

Mar 30, 2014 | Philips Senseo HD-7810 Coffee Maker

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The pods are not being pierced and the coffee is coming out too weak. Help!


The capsules are not pierced when they are inserted. They are pierced on the back but not in the foil. The foil is pierced when the hot water is injected through the posterior holes and the pressure causes the foil to bulge, thus getting pierced by the grid in the front of the machine. If the capsules are not getting pierced it means that the water is not being injected with enough pressure. This could be due to hard water deposits. Try first to pump the machine by turning it on and then lifting the lever and keeping it raised for a few seconds. If that doesn't work, de-scaling the machine should correct the problem.

Aug 10, 2011 | Nespresso Essenza D100 Espresso Machine

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When i turn machine on and put the capsule in i press the start button and the water leak out the bottom instead of the spout


Turn the machine off with the Power button, and pump the pod receptacle latch on top 3-5 times. Turn machine back on. Ta-Da!

Jun 01, 2011 | Nespresso Essenza C100 Espresso...

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Water is not being push through the pod. The water goes through just fine when there is no pod. Seems like a pump is not forcing water through.


When you insert a pod there is a sharp pin like piece of plastic that punctures the pod to allow water to flow into it. Right next to that puncture-pin there is one or more little tubes where the water is pushed out of. Take a paper clip and shove it up there and move it around to unclog it. There are most likely coffee grinds stuck up there. You should put a paperclip up there to loosen the grinds/unclog it and then run it without a pod. You may need to do this a few times but you should notice coffee grinds passing through into the cup with the hot water even when you run it without a pod for a few times. You will notice the water coming out faster and stronger; now you can use it as your normally would.

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Thank you.

Mar 01, 2011 | Keurig B60 Coffee Maker

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Our Keurig Elite barley pumps water through pods, without pods water pumps through fine. What is the problem?


Hi,

Here is a tip that I wrote that will give you some things to try that will help you get your Keurig coffee brewer working again.

Keurig Coffee Brewer not making a full cup of Coffee


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Jan 27, 2011 | Keurig B60 Coffee Maker

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