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This is generally an indication of a lime build-up in the water tubing. If you take off the sprayhead and insert the metal deliming tool into the water tubing all the way leaving out about 1-2 inches and twist it about 5-6 times, this should remove the lime deposits from the water tubing. Then flush out the machine with 2-3 decanters of water. If this doesn't fix the problem, then call customer service with the model and date code for further assistance.

Posted on May 19, 2010

  • paula Sep 25, 2011

    i had the same problem, but the hose/tube was never clogged on mine. when i opened up the coffee maker, it was completely clear. I firgured out that the hose was lose. (not completely detached), but just pulled away a little...enough to let air in and so it wasn't drawing right. kinda like when you have a hole in a straw. it won't work. Anyway, I sealed it better. no big deal....and it works absolutely perfect again.

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