Question about DeLonghi DC55TCB Coffee Maker
My coffee maker will stop pulling water through part way through the cycle, and start steaming and glugging (kind of like it is overheating). I have tried running vinegar through a cycle which doesn't seem to do much. What can I do??
Try cleaning the area where the switch is for the pot removal.
It is a feature so that you can take the pot out from the coffee maker and it is not suppose to dripped whil doing so.
It maybe that the switch for that function is not working right.
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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