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Just wanted to know when I make a coffee the coffee drips in slow dropplets from the handle rather than pours out,I have had the machine serviced and they replaced the pump but its still struggles.I`ve never experianced this problem before,could they have put the wrong pump????

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How do you hear the sound of the pump, the same loud as before or more silent.
Sometimes the new pumps need to work for while in order to get maximum pressure and sound is loud.
One other thing when you istall a new vibrating pump you must take care not tight the out way too much since this can block the outway of the pump thus you have the problem you have describe.
Since you have the machine serviced then you deserve a second visit for checking the machine.
Good luck and thank you for you positive voding

Posted on Aug 10, 2010


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