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DELONGHI DCU60 COFFEE MAKER

PLUG IT IN AND IT BLOWS THE BREAKER. I COULD FIX IT IF I COULD FIND A MANUAL TO TROUBLE SHOOT IT

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I had the same problem, and just opened and adjusted the beans, the water container, and the water/discarded coffee container and then plug in again.

This worked for me.

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Hi 4002,

I think your boiler is broken, if you have a short circuit in it then it will blow your fuse.

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Try to fing manual on www.eserviceinfo.com

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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