Help, I unplugged my machine before turning it off and now when I try to plug it in and turn it on the power does not come on. There is no red light and the machine does not do anything
how do I reset the GFI (ground fault interrupter),
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Same thing just happened to my Dolce Gusto Piccolo. It was off for 2-3 weeks, and after turning on, the light just kept blinking red forever. I tried pulling out water reservoir and putting it back repeatedly for a few dozen times (saw somewhere that air should be pumped out of the system), but It didn't help. Then I plugged out the power cord from the wall socket (while the machine was on), and plugged it back after a few seconds. Turned the Piccolo on, and it worked (blinked red shortly and turned green). Maybe it has something to do with induced current. And maybe pulling the water reservoir actually helped :)
Hi, Error 19 is not known by me. Sounds like something is not resetting or has failed. Try turning off the machine at the main power switch and unplug it from the wall for a few minuites. Remove the dreggs draw and drain tray and replace them before you plug it back in. This will allow the machine to reset. Dazza REPAIRER
Have you checked for power at the outlet?or maybe try and unplug for few minutes and plug back in to outlet or another outlet...also outlet maybe gfci protected,look for reset button on outlet or in main breaker panel.
There is no user servicable fuses on that machine. There is a door switch on the top right behind the door. It will not turn on unless the door is fully closed. Please try it in a different receptacle and make sure you have power. If the outlet that it is plugged into is GFCI or AFCI protected, it may have tripped when you plugged it back in.
Turning off the power with the button is not enough. Instead, to remove the infuser: unplug the machine, wait a few seconds, plug it in again and turn the machine on. Even though you are technically turning it on, the machine will sense it was not turned off in an ok way, so it will "properly" shut off (and unlock the infuser).