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Too much water in coffee

Our machine seems to be adding more water to the coffee than it has in the past, it is also inconsistent in the amount of water it adds from one cup to the next.

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It sounds like your machine has an internal leak which is changing how much water enters the cup. You should get your machine serviced.

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Posted on May 29, 2008

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I use a high-end filter for all my drinking and coffee brewing water to get the best possible taste as it does make a difference.

My nieighbors have the same coffee machine and use the same coffee brand, etc., but don't filter their water. They've noticed the difference and always comment that they need to get a filter for their water.

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