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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The Coffee bean holder
You may have accidentally dropped water into the grinders. Email me your email address and I'll send you grinder cleaning instructions. If the grinder cleaning does not work.. You may have to have to machine serviced. Please include the model of machine and that you would like the grinder cleaning instructions. Email: email@example.com
You may have accidentally dropped water into the grinders. Email me your email address and I'll send you grinder cleaning instructions.
If the grinder cleaning does not work.. You may have to have to machine serviced.
Please include the model of machine and that you would like the grinder cleaning instructions.
Posted on Oct 12, 2007
I found a machine in my dentist's office with this exact same problem. I'm not familiar with the model, so I downloaded a manual for the closest model I could find online (the Sirius), and it offered no help -- but in 8 languages!
I ended up just pulling the drip tray, pulling the box where the grounds end up, and re-inserting the assembly (all while the machine was on.) When I buttoned it up again, it worked.
Hope this helps (although I can see how it might not...)
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
If the big knob in the bean hopper is on a small #, that could be your problem. try opening the knob to the largest # and try again. If it clears and makes a cup, then on the next cup, while the grinder is operating turn the knob down again, but to a larger # than you had before. Grounds can get compacted in the chamber and prevent new grounds from entering. That is why it grinds but doesn't make a coffee. If that doesn't help, try opening the door above the brew unit funnel when the brew units is out. It should pull down on a hinge. This is the clicking you hear when you make a coffee.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
I have had the same problem the only way I could get it to brew would to use the program quantity feature every time. I was going to take it in today and decided to restore the factory settings and now its working like it should. This seems to be a circuit board issue Ouch! I have another issue with the steam, if I take the knob off it works if I don't it doesn't glad I bought a 2K model GRRRRR!
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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