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The pressure is very low at the steam nuzzle and there is water leaking from the inside. i think its the hose that's loose.is there a way how to dismantle the machine just to get to the hose???

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  • rmccosh May 13, 2008

    Bypassing the door switch and running the hot water It is leaking from the valve assy in side.
    Also when a coffee function is activated the water spout drips drops of water
    I am suspecting the valve seals

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Lose hose? it can be but......
Take of front panel (where the buttons are) unscrew the screws under the panel and the rear of the top
unscrew coffee bean holder (when empty)
Take outh the coffee bean holder
lift upper part of machine off and disconnect the 2 wires attached to the cup heater.
this gives you acces to the inne of the machine
on top at the right is the hose for the steam. My gues it is the connection to the boiler you should check.
Please work methodical and remember where every screw goes.

take care

Posted on May 05, 2008

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