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Water is coffee is coming out very slow.. will descaling help???

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Hi it sounds like it does need descaling i would do it more than once as it can build up and block the machine, once you have done this it will be back working again.

if you had no water or coffee coming out at all then i would say it has something else wrong with it like element etc, but as it is working but only slowly then descaling will solve your problem and should get it working as new again.

let me know if you need further assistance ok

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