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I can make coffee but end up with a large puddle of water under my Vienna machine after a couple of cups. How can this be fixed?

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I would suspect the boiler is leaking. If something was broken you wouldn't be able to make a coffee. You will probably have to replace the boiler. If you need on I have them.

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