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Hi, My Nespresso LeCube doesnt make full espresso or coffee anymore. It only fills the espresso cup less than 1/3 and its very diluted. Appears the rest of espresso falls into the drainage area. I have checked and restarted, and tried many times but the problem still persists. Capsules are also punched appropriately. Any idea?

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I had the same problem. First, unplug machine for two (2) minutes. Then re-plug and as on/off switch is flashing- press and hold large cup button for 3-5 seconds (no light should show/flash from this button while you hold it down. The on/off will continue to cycle through its normal startup, after it completes you should be reset to factory settings and good to go. Good luck to you, this maneuver saved me.

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  • KidLid Jan 03, 2012

    Hi, I have the exact same problem with my Nespresso Le Cube. I have tried your suggestion with no luck. I've also descaling. Any further suggestions?

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