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Water pump does not work

No water gets pumped.....I only see some air bubbles coming out of the plastic tube inside water container,,,,,,,,, please tell me what sould i do. I miss my cappuccino every day.

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Try to open the steam knob and turn on the button to make coffee, when the water flow out off the steam pipe, close the knob and the button.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008


The plastic tubes were disconnected....... therefore there was no pressure, no coffe coming down and no steam.

Posted on Jul 14, 2008


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