Question about DeLonghi Alicia Moka Access Kit EMKKIT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Leaky Tassemo coffee maker
i think it's supposed to do that. the cup at the base is supposed to be catching all the water that the tassimo is 'leaking'. it should be dumped after every cup of tea/coffee. if you have taller cups, and do not use the cup base that comes with the machine in order to fit the taller cups under where the tea/coffee comes out, then you are right. it seems like it's 'leaking' because it is. there should be enough room in the base for one cup, but then it can also be removed so as to dump the excess water out after the cup is made. hope this helps!
Posted on May 27, 2007
SOURCE: DeLonghi Alicia EMK6 - H20 error
Here is the link to the instruction manual if you need it; http://www.delonghi.co.uk/pdf_files/EMK6.pdf There is no information regarding this error message available online, but I think you are right and it relates to water - probably the sensor of the water level is stuck/blocked/scaled up. you can try descaling using white vinegar 50/50 solution with water, leave it overnight. Give the whole unit a good shake, in case the level sensor is a mechanical float device and it is stuck. See if any change. You can call Delonghi/Comet from this link; http://www.delonghi.co.uk/service_info.php hopefully they will tell you for certain what the error message means - if they do and it is different from what is discussed above, then please ask again if you want to try and solve the problem yourself. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
Your manual is listed on this page and you will be able to download it.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
(a) Check that the pot is screwed on tightly enough...if you see an excess of steeam coming from where the two partrs join, then you may have coffee grounds trapped, thus steam escapes, thus you have less coffee, because you lose pressure...lose pressure = lose heat = less coffee! SO, make sure the pot is tight AND there is no coffee grounds on the rim.
(b) There is always some residual water left in the basin
(c) Water is also trapped in the residual cake of spent coffee left over.
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
SOURCE: How does it make coffee?
You fill it to the line indicating how many cups of coffee you want to make. Then you add coffee to the brew basket, at least 1 full heaping teaspoon per cup. Put the basket on top of the stem and place the stem into the coffee maker. Put the lid on and plug it in. That's it. Don't plug it in without the lid, it's a percolator. It will squirt the water out the top of the stem and it flows down through the coffee grounds.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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