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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello in the water tank they is a float it was probably out of water for a while and the float is stuck take the container in our hand and tap it gently by doing that the float gonna get loose move the container you gonna ear the float move put it back fill with water enjoy cheers
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
this is 1 of 2 solutions 2 this problem the first thing to check is the vacuum system or it is a split in the pressure switch hose
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
The machine needs to be primes.
Please trie and release hot water though the steam nossle.
Do like this
Open the steamer and then trie and make a cup of coffe. this will make the hot water come out thought the steamer instead of the coffe outlet.
Why you should do this is becuse the machine has it alot more easier to prime it self though the steamer then the coffe outlet.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
Don't be annoyed, but the first thing is to eliminate possible obvious reasons.
First -- Do you have the water reservoir filled?
Second -- Is the Steam Toggle (the middle black button) turned on? If so, that's the problem. Turn it off, then turn on the far right button -- the machine should purge steam from the group head which will turn to water quickly.
Third -- do you have a blind filter in the portafilter? That is, is there anything other than the filter basket inside the portafilter handle?
Can you get water to come out of the steam handle? To do this, open the steam valve (the round knob on the side of the machine) by turning it toward you. Then, turn on the machine using the third black button. You should hear the pump running and water should flow through the steam wand. If it doesn't, my guess is that the pump is shot.
There is not an awful lot involved in engineering terms in the system, so if water is not coming out at all after trying all of these things, you're going to have to have it serviced by someoe who can actually address the pump issue. This can be done at home, but if it's under warranty I wouldn't hassle with it.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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