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My machine coffee driper is really bad, it pours really slow, so how can i clean the the hose? the pipe in the front is clean it seems like the hose is pluged with somthing

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More than likley you grinder is set too fine. Open the big knob to the largest #. Make 3 coffees, (push the button again and it will stop the coffee when it starts to flow, and it will reset the machine). After the 3 coffee see if it will flow faster? If it does when it starts to grind the next time turn the big knob down to a # 2 higher than you had before. See if that doesn't help?

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