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Cm24p-1 When I make coffee it comes out foamy and gross looking. What would cause foam in the coffee. I have cleaned it, I have a filter on the water supply, and the water softner in the house is on bypass. I have had repair men out to the house and they have acheived nothing.

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The foam is "crema" and is perfectly normal for unfiltered coffee and espresso, in fact it is preferred by coffee lovers. I afraid if you don't like it, you need to go back to a filtered coffee machine. Be glad that is the only "problem" your having with this machine. I've had nothing but trouble with mine.

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

Every coffee maker i've ever used like the meile, senseo or espresso machines do that. even my starbucks coffee looks like that at first. it should go away after just a little while, especially when stirred.

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