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I bought an old Espressomachin Philips HD 5670/A at e-bay. It dont work. The part which heat the milk is ok, but no water comes zu the cofe. So it dont work. What can I do?

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SOURCE: the machine does not heat up as it used tpo

Have you tried to descale machine.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: coffee maker stoped working

  • Make sure the power supply is all rite (if not try with different socket)
  • If your able to seee light..then try re-programme it using buttons.
  • Still if you face same issue ..i request you to call technician.dont try any thing,Give it to safe hands
  • Thanks
  • Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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    SOURCE: have just bought a cafe roma de luxe cofe machine

    Here's an online version of the cafe roma coffee machine. The owner's manuals this company provide are known to be very skimpy in the info they provide, so don't expect much

    Hope you find this very helpful and best regards!

    http://www.ariete.net/libretti_pdf/mod1315.pdf

    Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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    SOURCE: i have a red light

    I have a Saeco Easy. Maybe the solution for my machine will help you. You did not specify which light is red I will assume it is the "Alarm" light.

    Alarm light (looks like an "!" exclamation point)

    • permanently on: signals the machine is out of coffee, the water tank is
    empty, the drip tray is full or the dregdrawer is full.

    • slowly flashing: signals that the brew group is not inserted, the dregdrawer
    is not inserted, the coffee bean hopper lid is not on, the service door is open
    or the steam/hot water knob is not correctly turned to the desired position.

    • quickly flashing: signals the need to prime the water circuit

    Posted on Apr 20, 2011

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  • Make sure the power supply is all rite (if not try with different socket)
  • If your able to seee light..then try re-programme it using buttons.
  • Still if you face same issue ..i request you to call technician.dont try any thing,Give it to safe hands
  • Thanks
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