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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The keypad needs to be programed. Depending on your model there will be a small toggle switch on the right side, just behind the connection of the hot water valve(you will have to remove the top panel). Move the switch to the left, then press the program button at which time all the lights will be lit. Using a measuring cup press a button you want to program until you get the desired amount, then press the stop button(when programed the light will turn off), repeat to program the other 3 buttons. When done program move the toggle switch to the right. If the machine does not hold the program then the flowmeter under the drain tray(silver box with 3 wires on top), is damaged. Either repalce the top or check the impeller in the flowmeter, the magnets might dirty.(Make sure water is turned off before openning the flowmeter.
Posted on May 28, 2009
While I am familiar with Kitchenaid espresso makers, I am not familiar with this problem. I would suggest calling Kitchenaid Customer Service, as you will have options under your Pro Line warranty. Their toll-free telephone number is:
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
did u mean water is leaking under the machine,
if it is usually because chamber is filling with coffee powder and water can not make it drain tray, you can replace the O-rings on a white plastic valve piston and gaskets to the unit that drink, and clean out the small chute drain tray from space.
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Also look at some of the troubleshooting process is often done..
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
Hi. Is your pump working. Should be able to hear it. If its making a really loud noise then it could be an air lock in the line. Try using the hot water button to bleed the system. Also see if it will despence water wiyhout any coffee in handle. Dazza REPAIRER
Posted on Sep 24, 2011
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