Question about Philips Senseo HD-7810 Coffee Maker
A number of options here:
- The seal is damaged or malformed. It should be flexible, round and bent inward without cracks or tears,
- The coffee pad has come between the seal and its seat. Make sure the pad is centered properly before closing the lid,
- The pad holder is bent or warped. Replace it or experiment with the other one you have.
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Some coffee machines have the option to either use ground coffee and filters or coffee pods. These are small, sealed containers that have the ground coffee inside. You insert the pods into the machine and click them into place. The machine pierces a hole and the water drips through. It's a much tidier way to make coffee especially if you don't drink a lot of it, so you don't want a whole jug full, rather just one cup at a time.
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