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Is it really from the BOTTOM, or is it spilling out the overflow holes in the back, then running down to the counter? If it's just spilling out the overflow holes, don't put quite so much water into it.

If it's really leaking from the bottom, and it happens even if you put only one or two cups of water into it, then the little hose running from the heating element inside up to the top filter has cracked or come off. You can fix that by opening the bottom of the coffeemaker (UNPLUGGED FROM THE WALL). You'll see where the rubber hose connects to the heating element and runs up along the rear tank. Check the connection where it attaches to the heating element.

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My delonghi ECAM23.450 when turned on displays "heating up please wait" then nothing - sometimes it will show "general alarm" then nothing - the machine is clean and has not been used very often - any...

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Cuisinart Brew Grind l2 cup coffee maker will not work .

Hello Donna,
I just had a similar problem with mine. What I did with mine was unplug it, lay the machine on its back, and remove the four #10 torx screws from the bottom. You may need to go to the hardware store to get the torx driver. You will find two orange hoses there. Work on the left one. Slip the little pipe clamp down the hose. Try to carefully remove the hose from the pipe without splitting it. If it does split, cut the hose and stretch it when time comes to reconnect it. Just inside the pipe you will see a little black valve. Clean out the calcified debris that you find with a fine wire. I found a bit of coffee bean and calcium deposit inside mine. Try to clean the valve as best you can. When you get is cleaned, reattach the hose and slip the clamp back to the pipe. Replace the bottom panel. Also, there is a "filter column or stick or filter stick on the back left of the machine (upright) which contains a carbon filter. Mine was utterly filthy. Open the stick and remove the filter to discard. Replace it when you can. You can get a new one or two on Amazon reasonably. Check the stick cavity for stray coffee grounds and clean them out. When done reinsert the stick. When I finished with mine, I ran the 2 part water to 1 part vinegar solution through the system and then brewed some fresh water a couple times until clear. Mine brews coffee like new and it's really good! This really is a simple fix and you can do it. Just gather your courage together and do it. :o) ...I really hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions. Regards to you, Norman Zink

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Hey Nashville,

I have a few suggestions/questions for you. I've had the Innova(Ascaso) Dream for several years now and use it at least twice daily. I would trust your own senses before sweating the gauges too much. If you're really worried about it being a temperature problem, my first question is whether or not the espresso is actually hot when it comes out.

But my best guess is honestly your beans and grinder (or lack thereof). The problem with using pre-ground beans is that even on the day you open the can, they won't be nearly as fresh as truly fresh ground beans you grind yourself. And the problem gets dramatically worse every day after they are opened.

The key to a thick, crema-laden espresso is very fresh beans that you grind right before making your espresso. You can certainly confirm that the machine is working with any old coffee grinder and a bag of *really* fresh beans from a local roaster.

You really need all the oils that come with really fresh-roasted and fresh-ground beans. And the beans really need to be ground very fine for espresso.

I keep a can of pre-ground Illy decaf beans around for the rare occasions I need to make a decaf, and it's like night a day between that and what I drink daily.

If you try the fresh beans and grind them yourself and can see the obvious difference, then you may want to invest in a good-quality burr grinder (as opposed to the spinning blade kind that most folks use for drip coffee). The reason is that with a burr grinder you can get consistently-sized particles every time. So once you get the setting right on your grinder you can keep pumping out the shots time after time. With a rotary blade grinder you get some big pieces, some little pieces and the water flows through too easily -- or you grind it longer and (1) burn the beans from the heat, and (2) end up with some particles that are just too small -- essentially dust, that will actually clog the process.

So, my best suggestion would be to find a local cafe/roaster and buy a half a pound of beans from them and grind yourself. If you don't have a grinder or want to eliminate a variable, ask them to grind it for you for an espresso machine.

Again, if you can see the difference (and I think you will), then you can consider getting yourself a good grinder.

Good luck!


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