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Accidently left coffee pod in coffee pot while went on vacation now the machine smells really bad . tryed vinegar but nothing seems to help

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Try the rinsing procedure that's in the manual, and use citric acid. The parts that usually come into contact with hot water or coffe can also be cleaned in a dish washer.

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