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Water system fault is the readout on the window

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Water leaking inside the coffee maker. Remove water tank. Use a turkey baster and place it inside a hole, where the water tank houses into. **** water out, which is causing your fault message - "Water System Fault." Only thing you can do is make sure water tank cover/lid is put on properly (correctly oriented) and replace seal ring where water tank spout inserts into. If problem returns, then there is a serious leak inside the unit.

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Wow thankyou....I used a sponge to remove water under tank through hole.....then re filled water tank...and all is well!

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