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Water Light Hi, I turned on the machine and the water light will not clear. The water tank was full when I turned on the machine. I have tried several soloutions: a) run steam b) run steam and press coffee cup button at the same time Any ideas as to what I could do, or what might be the problem. A

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If you look in the water tank you can see a little magnet in the down corner, make sure that magnet flow up when you fill the water tank.

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