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The machine started leaking water, that collects at the base under the machine. the rest seems fine. still brewing, steaming and grinding

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Their is a loose conection in one of the 8 pipe union conections of the machines. The only way to identify which one and put back in place is to desasemble the machine and let it work open in this way you can visual see where is the leak and fix.
If you leave it like this you can posible work for alonk time more like this however your are risking it to let the leaking water go over power wire and contacts and have a serius damage like burning heating elenets, motor, pump and even worst the power board.
So I sugest to proceed as above the soonest if you are able to do it or just have it repair from an engineer.
Good luck

Posted on Aug 28, 2010

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Mine does this periodically and turns out there is a drain behind the brew group where some water/espresso drains into the tray. Small semi-rectangular hole that is facing the back of the tray - you can see where the back of the tray is designed to receive liquid from this drain.

The drain on mine gets plugged with sludge/coffee grinds after a while and the water leaks to the countertop instead of into the tray. I simply stick a paper clip (or something pointy) into the drain hole and pour water behind and on top of the drain hole and work it to clean it out. If you have the tray in place while you do this the water and sludge can drain out into the tray as you clean it out.

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