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E24CM75GSS-I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO CLEAR MESSAGE:PLEASE WAIT REFILL RESERVOIR.THE TANK WAS REMOVED AND CLEANED.IT HAS BEEN REFILLED ,BUT THE MAKER STILL DOESN'T RESTART.WHEN YOU LIFT THE TANK A LITTLE THE MESSAGE CHANGES TO CLEAR GROUPS.IT MAKES STEAM AND HOT WATER IN THE TUBE,BUT NO OTHER BUTTONS WORK.

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Yikes, have you tried just cutting power to the unit / pulling the power from the power source, and letting it sit a good 10 minutes? It sounds like the sensor involved with the reservoir is having issues there... Hopefully it's not a failed sensor, resetting it like I described will jump-start those sensors many times, let me know!

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