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Brew unit missing

I rinsed the brew unit before and a spare part (like a U-shape plastic with wire hang onto it) fell off the brew unit when i removed it from the machine. it's supposed to sit right under the top chute (where you usually put the cleansing tablet into) and so i put it back into its slot. however when i tried to replace the brew unit into the machine, i didnt click well and the display keep showing "brew unit miss." I followed the instruction on the manual and put the tube on a side of the brew unit on right angle etc. but it still doesnt work. pls help!

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  • andrewalker Aug 22, 2008

    can't put the brew unit back into the unit because the slotted drive wheel in the back does not line up with the brew unit.




  • Anonymous Aug 29, 2008

    Hi,

    I have the CVA 615 espresso machine and I have the same problem. I removed the brew unit for cleaning and the U-shape plastic piece with a spring fell out and I don't know how to put it back. Anyone know where and how it goes back in.



    Thanks,

  • aword69 Sep 25, 2008

    I have a Miele CVA 615 Coffee System and the "U" shaped plastic piece with a wire on it came out and can'r figure out where it goes back to. Can you give me some direction or parts break down.



    Thanks Allen

    aword69@hotmail.com

  • Dave Griffin Jan 19, 2009

    brew unit missing wont go away. reseated about 100 times. Did the same thing last time I took the brew unit out. HELP

  • marcosmit May 11, 2010

    Please send me the guide. This brew unit missing message is driving me nuts. I appreciate it!

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    need brew unit and waste unit

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Post your email i will send you the guide that shows you how to properly install the brew head

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  • N E Freeman Feb 11, 2012

    Gary - I have to put that clip back in - can't find the brew unit diagram online. It's the Miele cvs 4070. Thanks!

  • N E Freeman Feb 11, 2012

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