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The coffee comes out very slow and it seems like there is some sort of clog.

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This may be caused by hard water mineral deposits.Run a cup of regular vinegar through a normal brew cycle followed by a full pot of water to rinse the vinegar from the machine. This will remove most mineral deposits.

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I'd start with the grinder and make sure it is set to the right settings. If the coffee's too fine it will cause the coffee to come out slowly.
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