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Euro lab coffee machine

I have a eurolab coffee machine that keeps water in the part where the ground coffee is put. it does push water through but it is very weak, i am trying to find a manual but not successful.

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  • Muk_Foo Dec 27, 2007

    Exactly the same problem. Coffee comes driblling through. Has the smallest hole in the Valve Cover. Maybe could enlarge?


  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2008

    the problem is water is not coming out and steama is not working

  • laldo Dec 10, 2008

    The problem I have is that the steamer continues to steam even when you turn it off and when you push coffee button water comes out steamer nozzle any thoughts apart from turfing it.



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Does anyone know how to actually take the top of the machine off? i know theirs a tab on the side but i cant see anywhere else

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

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I had same problem pulled machine apart and found that the non return valve becomes stuck and pump cannot push water past it to the thermo block in enough quanity, so makes no coffee need to find spare parts for same where can you get them in australia regerds adrian

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

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Clean machine with decalcifier to get ride off calcium buildup 1 solution 1 part water start it up let water off the valve stop leave it for few minute repeat untill empty rinse very good that stuff is very corosif cheers

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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Coffee grounds in the coffee

There are a couple things that could cause that, that I experienced:
1. I found that the water injection needle sometimes gets dirty. Coffee grounds are in it and cause the water to go over the top and wash coffee past the k-cup into your coffee cup.
You can use a paperclip to clean out the needle.

2. There is a whole in the k-cup somewhere or the lid is not properly / or strongly enough glued to the k-cup. The water-pressure then pushes coffee out of those holes around the k-cup into the coffee mug.

3. The plastic insert where you put the k-cup in is dirty itself (I have to clean it every now and then).

4. The coffee in the k-cup is ground so fine that it gets pushed through the whole on the bottom that is being punshed for the water to escape.

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I have a saeco magic comfort +. It is, all of a sudden, not going thru the rinse upon set up. Then, it is not putting water thru the grinds, and, thus, pushing all grinds dry to waste, not generating...

Don't really like the rinse cycle because it waste water. If you want to rinse the brew unit just push the "scoop button" and not put any coffee in, then push the large coffee. Does the same thing but doesn't use as much water.
Dry grounds is one of my tips.

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I need to clean my capresso c1000. i can't find the instructions. i put a cleaning tablet into the ground coffee area, and ran the ground coffee button a few times. is that it?

No, first push the self clean button (hold until lights come on). Then pull the grounds unit and empty it, that will turn off one red light. Fill the water tank. Then drop the tablet. Then hit the ground coffee button. Cycle through and dump the grounds each time the grounds light illuminates.

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We have a 12 cup Mr. Coffee about a year old. We put 4 scoops of coffee in and the appropriate amount of water. Every day, the filter overflows and grains of coffee get into the pot. How do we keep this...

Because I own a espresso company,I believe I can help you. There is several things that can cause a coffee machine to over flow. 1, putting to much coffee in, where water can not drain through filter. 2. The grind of the coffee, if it is ground to fine, like ground for espresso, will not allow coffee to flow through filter , drip machine that are not under high pressure like espresso machines have to have ground more course. 3, wrong type of filters, not fine enough for water to flow, or made for high pump pressure machine such as espresso machine . 4, putting to much water in, is not an issue on a mr coffee, because even if you fill it to full cup line, it would have nothing to do with filter over flowing, besides the coffee grounds always absorb some of the water anyway. In conclusion, my positive professional diagnose is Grounds of coffee to course, and 4 scoops seem a bit to much for a filter of a mr coffee machine that holds only 12 cups. To test this is make a pot same way and use only two rounded scoops and see what happens, if does not over flow that solves that. But your saying I want it stronger, believe me I know. I too like my coffee strong and a flavorful . I have that solved too. Go to a good walk in espresso shop, like a star bucks, tell them you want some good strong blend and have it ( Ground for Drip) and then still only put two rounded scoops, it takes less do to the blend and kind of coffee. Please let me know if my advice worked, thanks mike. oh notice my screen name of mc1 bean, now you know, I know what I am talking about :)

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Threre are 3 parts, I don't know which goes

Slide the glass part (recipient)in the plastic part (with the handle). Put the amount of coarsely ground coffee you want in it. Pour hot water in it, stir with a spoon wait for a few minutes then put the 3rd part (lid and plunger/filter) on. Push on the round part slowly -- keeping the rod upright, this will push the coffee grains down. Make sure the striped open part of the lid is align with the exit part and you can now pour your coffee into a cup. Demos are available on Youtube:

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Machine is spewing grounds into the cup

This is usually an overfill of grounds or the water distribution nozzle is not distributing the water correctly. First, put no coffee in the unit. Just fill a cup w/hot water. If it still is putting out grounds, the upper basket has coffee grounds stuck in the nozzle. If you get no grounds, try reducing the amount of coffee used.

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Not brewing a full cup

If you keurig makes small cups or insists that you descale even after you have, your problem is that grounds are being forced up into the waterhole that pushes into the K-cup. The solution to both these problems is to keep a safety pin next to your maker and puncture each K-cup just before you put it into the coffee maker. This keeps the pressure of gasses that builds up in K-cups from fresh coffee from forcing grounds into the water hole. It may take a few days of this plus you may want to use the pin to clean out the upper water hole and run a few clean water brews but this will fix the above mentioned problems for good.

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Constant ventilate message

mine says the same thing, run hot water from the hot water/steam nozzle until the message disappears. do this a few times, mine is working fine after doing that. hope this helps

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Eurolab 15 bar coffee machine


How old is the machine?
How often do you descale the machine?

It can be the boiler that is broken or a pipe that is leaking.
The cracking noise, when is this coming?
If it comes when the brewing unit is in work then i think a internal gear is broken.

hope this will help you.

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