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Just remove top right cover when you got the machine in front of you and fill the container put the cover back enjoy

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Bean hopper is full, machine starts to grind the coffee but right before it starts to pull the shot, it stops & says "add beans to hopper".


the add beans to hopper signal most likely is triggered by the machine not sensing enough load put on the grinder (hence it thinks its out of beans) , this most likely is set by the grind (fine/course ) id say the grind is set to an improper size and the automatic sensor is picking up on that
another thing is the coffee / if its way too moist and not dry enough then its also going to trip the sensor as well

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Which one is better a coffee bean or ground coffee?



if coffee is prepared with fresh grinder bean then it gives ultimate taste to coofee with perfect aroma. Some top-range bean to cup models have integrated bean grinders to do this for you, or you can buy a separate grinder. If you grind beans yourself, you'll need to choose the extra-fine setting for espresso brewing and make sure you thoroughly clean and maintain your filters, to prevent them getting blocked. Get Complete info about the best coffee best coffee grinder here.

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If it is under warranty ,call the manufacturer .There are many causes to the service code , coffee beans ground too fine ,setting for 3 beans may be too much if the beans are small, try setting with one bean...
Valve, round cover , spring loaded , on top of brew group dirty, metal valve pin may be covered with deposits from coffee oils . check manual or call a service center , screen of bottom piston plugged with coffee oils , to silver screen plugged with coffee oils .
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The problem is when I use pre ground coffee beans. The water doesn't run through. It comes over the top and the grounds get in the coffee. I buy them that way because they mark them down half price. I


Hi,

There are whole coffee beans, and there are ground coffee beans, but there is no such thing as "pre-ground" coffee beans because you wouldn't want the beans to be ground AFTER making coffee.

If you have a problem using "pre-ground" beans, then STOP using pre-ground beans and grind them yourself.

I hope this helps.
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Brand new machine. coffee beans are loaded. when trying to make coffee the machine says the beans are empty. thanks


This machine doesn't like oily beans. Your best bet is to buy freshly roasted beans that are roasted to a FC or FC+. Viena, French and Italian roast beans won't work well. Also any beans that you buy at the grocery store will be quite old (often 3 months past roasting date) and they tend to be very oily on the outside.

If you have a coffee stirring stick or a chopstick, lift the cover of the bean hopper and stir the beans and sort of poke them down in the center - that's where the beans stick and can't drop down into the grinding burrs.

If you use oily beans you will need to stir every time or every other time you make a cup. Fresh roasted beans at a slightly lighter roast will work fine.

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How many tablespoons of ground coffee are needed per cup of water in the Smart Brew coffee maker?


For ground coffee, use 1-1/2 (one and one-half) tablespoons of beans per 6 ounces of water.

For whole bean coffee, use two tablespoons of beans per 6 ounces of water.

Coffee strength is a very personal preference, so use these numbers as a guideline for middle-of-the-road coffee, and adjust to make the coffee that you like to drink.

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The plastic shield in the coffee container on my saeco incanto de luxe broke yesterday and fell directly onto the beans, but I was still able to make my coffee this morning, but this afternoon, the...


Vac out the bean chamber, then remove the 2 or 3 screws and carefully lift the bean hopper off the machine, then continue cleaning the grinder, careful not to lose the gasket around the top of the grinder. When done reassemble and try to brew but do not add beans to hopper as yet. Until you are sure all the plastic pieces are out.

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