Question about Saeco D-XXDX 8-Cup Coffee Maker
It is a possible mineral build up in your coffee maker that is causing the problem
Heres what you should do
Unplug the machine and remove the coffee container by loosening its two fastening screws. Pull up on the adjustment lever and turn the grinding adjustment ring until its two blue marks line up, which will let you remove the ring. Vacuum or brush out the machine's gear box and grind-ring support, and reassemble the machine.
Use a thin needle to check the steam/hot water spout hole for clogs. Steam and hot water will not be dispensed correctly when the hole is clogged.
Adjust grinder levels. Move the level lower if coffee is dispensed too quickly, and move it higher if coffee is dispensed too slowly.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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