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No steam i was making a cappucino one morning and i was in the process of making the steam. after i finished i turned the knob off and turned the steam button off.....then i heard a loud pop....then all of a sudden the water light started blinking red.....but there's water in the water tank.....and now it won't steam.....what's the problem and how can i fix it??

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Sounds like your boiler is broken. or a line came lose.

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