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Jura Capresso s8 malfunction 8

Turned machine off after lengthy period of non-use.Getting Malfunc. 8 on screen message.Why, and what do I do? Thanks

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The dial on the upper right is all you need to do. Turn from the coffee cup to the water symbol. Water will pour out the spigot from the frother wand so put a cup under it. Close the tap when prompted by turning the dial back to the cup symbol

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SOURCE: malfunction code 8 on Jura Impressa s8

To fix this problem you need to clean the layers and layers of coffee mud off the plates that dispense the spent grounds into the hopper. My suggestion is to do this major muck cleaning before you even put the cleaning tablet in.
Get a flashlight and pull the trays out and have a look at the mechanism that dumps into the hopper. You will see the layers of gunk that need to be scraped off. Easiest thing to get in there is a finger to start, then place it next to your sink and clean it with a water jet from your kitchen faucet, provided your faucet will allow you to do that. Let the runoff go into the sink of course. After you get it cleaned up, then put the machine through the cleaning cycle.
If you can't get the problem solved, the fix is a flat $200 from Capresso.
Call the number above to get set up with a service shipment, done in PA.
Devin in Ohio

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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SOURCE: jura impressa f9 malfunction 8 i need help whats

Malfunction 8 means that the brew unit can not get in the right position in the right time. This is usually because the brew unit is full of old coffee grounds. Try to shut down the machine for one day. The next day, take out the tray and clear out all coffeegrounds inside the brewunit. Use your fingers and maybe a small towel. You can do this right away, but it is easier when everything`s dried up. When all this is cleaned up, start manually a Cleaning program. This should solve your problem.

If it doesen`t, i could be that the o-rings inside the brew unit is defective and needs to be changed.

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You can find some detail procedure in this tip below
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Try it since it have help some other with same problem.

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Devin in Ohio

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