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Dgb-600bc water draining out of coffee-maker.

Water draining out of coffee-maker, before and during process.

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Filter machine: I suggest that you check the hose connection between the water reservoir and the heating unit - it may not be connected or may have a hole in it or the clamp may have fallen off.

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