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The machine just started making a noise (like a gear slipping) and the bin that catches the used grinds has the shoot locked in the down position. Therefore, the bin cannot be removed.

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That sounds like you have a broken brew drive. If the doser lever is pushed all the way to the positive you can overcharge the brew unit and the gears cannot compress the coffee. Something has to give. Some of the time it will just dump the coffee without making anything. you get dry grounds. Some times it will just break the gears. Sounds like yours is the latter.

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