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My machine is brand new and when I plugged it in for the first time, the light comes on but the water won't heat up.

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Push the coffee button

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Press the coffee button to fill the boiler, then run the hot water cycle for about 5 secs. If machine still does not heat then the thermostat needs to be reset.

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