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Descaling freeze What did I do?!?! I has been on "machine is descaling" for 1/2 the day!

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  • coffeecafa May 22, 2008

    I have the same problem - does anyone have a solution

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I've been using this machine for almost 2 years. Once you get your grind and quantity right, it makes great coffee. The descaling caught me by surprise, becasue there are very detailed steps. They include turning the steam knob on and off. The first time I descaled, I thought it was stuck, but I didn't follow the instructions.

Do you have the manual. The instructions run across 3 pages. And each step must be followed. Also, it's very important to make sure if you clean the parts, you let them dry completely before returning them to the unit. I've never had problems with the machine. I used it 5 to 10 times a day.

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

Chuck it out and buy a decent machine. miele sucks

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Use the correct descaling agent
Only citric acid-based descalers are suitable for descaling the SENSEO
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type of descaler descales the machine without damaging it. For the correct amount,
see under 'Descaling procedure' below. Each descaling mixture can be used only once.
After use, the descaling mixture is no longer active.
We advise you to use the special SENSEO
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Read the instructions on the package of the descaling agent.
Never use a descaling agent based on mineral acids such as sulphuric acid,
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1 Mix 50 grams of citric acid with 1 litre of water in a measuring jug. Stir until
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2 Fill the water reservoir up to the MAX indication with the descaler mixture.
Then put the water reservoir back into the coffee machine. (Fig. 3)
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3 Press on/off button 3. (Fig. 10)
The machine is ready for use when the indicator light lights up continuously.
4 Place the 1-cup holder h with a used coffee pod in it in the coffee machine.
Close the lid and make sure it is properly locked.
Note: Always put a used coffee pod in the pod holder when you descale the
machine. This pod serves as a 'filter' to prevent the sieve or hole in the pod holder
from getting clogged with scale residue.
5 Put a bowl with a capacity of at least 1500ml under the spout to collect the
descaling mixture (Fig. 8).
6 Press the 2-cup button hhand let the machine operate. Repeat this until
the water reservoir is empty. (Fig. 25)
Never interrupt the descaling process!
7 Repeat steps 1 to 6. Replace the used pod with another used pod to filter out
the scale residue.
Note: To descale properly, you have to use 2 litres of descaling mixture.
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8 Rinse the water reservoir with tap water. Fill the water reservoir up to the
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you can contact Keurig at 1-866-901-2739 or Keurig.com
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