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Continuous water flow indicates a stuck valve. These suggestions may help depending on type of machine:
Full Automatic (Super Automatic); Valve needs back flushing, cleaning, or replacement. There is an off chance the dose needs re-programing.
Semi-Automatic; Valve needs back flushing, cleaning, or replacement. Check programing for dose.
Manual; Most manual espresso machines require operator to stop dose. (By releasing dose button or lever)
Arm style Manual "Jaw Breaker"; These are physically chambered dose which are unable to constant dose. Bad seals needs replacement (if you can still find them)
final comment to this 'open' question; All coffee machines needs periodic cleaning. Most espresso machines needs back flushing (not to be confused with de-scaling.) Usually a cleaning tablet or powder is poured into dose chamber (or back flush portafilter) and cleaning cycle or long dose is performed. This cleaner will loosen baked in coffee and push it out the pressure relief pipe. The machine will need to go into a normal dose cycle without coffee to flush the cleaner out of the valve and dosing system. Do this several times. Good daily cleaning habits will keep your machine in top condition.
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this is not a problem from remote control. You must adjut the TV program go to the MENu, run the scanner, for add the program TV.Try to reach you supplier TV cable for explain then, if there are not problem witht the receiver box.
however if you need to reset the code program go for free download:
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The constant beep means that the channel you are on is not programmed. Try moving the channel knob to other channels. If it stops beeping, you are on a channel that is programmed. It is possible that none of the channels are programmed though.
Take it to a motorola dealer and they can program it for you.
Keep press smoothly the ceter button stop for more than 10 sec. You will hear a sound and lights bliping.
now fill the filter with coffee and press the button you want to program and keep it press untill you will have the required dose in then cup.
Now the dose is set.
you can program all other buttons in the same way.
after you finish you can press once the stop buttong again. The machine is been programed and ready to be used.
You can reprogram any button you want again following the same prosedure.
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