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I have a Miele Coffee Machine (built-in) CVA 620-1. I got a message saying the brewing unit is blocked. I removed the waste unit, a procedure that has to be done before you can remove the brewing unit. Then I closed the machine and this time I got another message "Brew Unit Missing" and when I tried to remove the brewing unit it is stuck! as if it is glued to the unit. Not moving at all in any way. Please help!!!!!!

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The brew unit has lose parts on left-hand-side, wiggle them up and down. Put the waste unit back, switch off the machine and then turn it on (pull the cord). It worked for me!!!

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