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Not sure what the grinding noise would be (its hard to hear it ;-]) it might be the water pump if that model has one. The slow drip rate can also be from build up inside the machine. If you run vinegar and water through the machine a few times and then plain water a few more to make sure you don't end up with a vinegar espresso ;-]
Both tubes must be in the water. If you haven't used the machine for awhile, fill the water canister, turn the espresso maker on and also turn on the delivery switch (the top switch on the EC140). You'll hear the pump and in a second or two water will begin to exit the boiler nozzle. Immediately turn the delivery switch off. Wait for the "OK" light to come on. Press the "Steam" switch (the middle switch on the EC140, place an empty cup under the frother and turn the steam control knob on top in the counterclockwise direction. Steam will come from the frother. Be very careful to avoid contact with this steam.
you mean house breaker i guest you tried the machine somewhere else and if still blowing breaker check the power cord open it maybe with vibration power wire are toughing themself inside machine cheers
before changing the filter, try cleaning it following the instructions in the manual(page 9, i'll attach it to my post).
The Delonghi web site also offers the following solution: "The coffee may have been ground too coarsely or the grounds may not have been pressed with a tamper. Also check to make sure that the coffee is not old or stale."
Parts are supposed to be available from the delonghi website(www.delonghi.com), but i couldn't find where they hid it. but there's an option on the site to go to local sevice centers, lets say you live in canada, then you pick the canadian website from the pull down menu on the top, the customer support tab, then service center on the left.