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Saeco Odea: The brew group is jammed possibly due to incorrect insertion? Cannot insert dregs draw and cannot remove the brew group.

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I had the same problem. I got around it by inserting just the grounds container (which sits inside the dregs drawer) and powering the machine on. Then the machine reset itself to the home position. It wouldn't do this with the dregs drawer removed, but putting in just the grounds container fooled it into thinking the dregs drawer was inserted. Hope this helps. JRP

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