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Water leak I have the first edition of this machine and the water that is leaking that is suppose to be going to the tray is now leaking out of the side onto my counter

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  • the3rick May 06, 2008

    it is the magic deluxe

  • Lodave06 Oct 30, 2008

    I have water leaking out to the right of my coffee machine (Vienna Digital Deluxe). I have the machine 4 years. I had the boiler replaced two years ago due to water leaking out. That only lasted 1 1/2 years. Now the water is leaking again, but it is not hot water, it is cold water, so I don't think it is the boiler.


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Your machine needs repair. could be a leaky valve, clogged release chute, or a boiler gone bad.

90% of the time is a bad boiler.

Boiler work is going to cost ya on average 200 and up.

Posted on May 14, 2008

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