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Took tray and grounds tray out to clean and it won't go back in - it is jamming. Have cleaned inside but still stuck. Tried pulling infuser out but this is stuck as well. Appears that central unit has moved and won't allow tray under now! Any ideas?

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I had this problem last night. The infuser was stuck down too low and the tray wouldn't slide in. I got the solution from FIXYA, and it worked for me.

First make sure machine is off at power, then put just the coffee grounds collector and not the whole tray back into place, gently close the door, and then turn the machine back on. At first I couldn't close the door, but I fgured that the grounds collector was a bit too low, so just put something in there to hold it up while I shut the door. Turn the machine back on at power and HEY PRESTO, it all started up again, and then the infuser moved back into correct position.

Make sure you have a cup handy just incase water starts to rinse out.

Hope this helps

Tania

Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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    Stephen Johal Apr 23, 2014

    This is the exact solution, thanks so much for posting this!!!! :)

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    Sharon Sep 12, 2014

    I agree, cannot thank you enough! Thrilled, just thrilled x

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