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Impressa E75 leaking out bottom

I have to keep a towel under my machine, and it is consistently soaking wet. I know about the gasket change when brew does not fill the cup, and it is not that. I wonder if there is any connection to the time I could not get the tray back in and had to push and pull to get it into place. The tray works fine now, but could I have caused some displacement? I believe it only leaks when I make coffee and not when it is idle. The towel shows only water and not coffee. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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  • sdocan May 22, 2008

    we have the same problem plus the coffee comes out of only one spout

  • Anonymous Jul 10, 2008

    We have an older model: impressa E5, but with the same problem. It worked fine, we moved the model to another place and suddenly you can do anything but making coffee. 


    Because if you try to make coffee, the machine leaks water from the left side of the bottom (beneath the water reservoire) and no coffee comes out. 


    Furthermore, we discoverd that the coffeebeans that are prepared, used for the cup of coffee, stay dry.. so the water doesn't get to the coffee at all, but directly leaks out of the machine.


    If the machine is idle, then no water leaks out of the machine. Leaking only occures when you try to make a cup of coffee.


    Maybe it is one of the tubes which are used to transport the water to the coffee that is not in place?



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Kat346 There are a number of places were the leak could be occurring. I can't pinpoint it without see inside your machine. I maybe something like a broken or dried out oring or a cracked fitting or heater cartridge. We repair E75 www.hotncold.com

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