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You cannot see the drain because it is behind the axle that drives the group, but you can feel it if you stick your finger in and down to the right.

Hello, can you tell me the place..i can not imagine where it is...
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It is behind the brewing unit, when you take out the brewing unit then you can see the hole in the chassis

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