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Just a brief addition, I don't have the Magimix model, but I have a similar one. It loses it's programmed settings if it is unplugged or switched off at the wall, but if you leave it plugged in but turn it off with the switch at the back it keeps the settings you have put in. It draws virtually no power when it's switched off with the switch on the machine, (I checked it with a power meter).
Just thought I'd share that with you.
Check the hole where you put the capsule, are there any faults or obstructions visible? If not be very suspicious of your capsules, there are lots of brands of Nespresso coffeemakers and the capsules have slight variations between the different brands. The variations are almost invisible but enough to prevent the wrong capsules being used.
This sometimes happens if you are using a pod/capsule meant for brewing espresso (lower liquid volumes). Perhaps the capsules are packed differently (ie. tighter for espresso pods, looser for coffee pods) and the machine detects these differences, but I'm not sure. On my machine (nespresso brand) there are two buttons, one for espresso (small liquid volume) and one for coffee (larger liquid volume). When I want to make a larger volume, I choose a pod appropriate for making a larger volume. These volumes are usually written somewhere on the sleeve/espresso box, or in the hand booklet that describes that lists the variety of pods offered by the company.
I hope this helps.