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Water will not come out the spout. I put vinegar in the tank but it will not go through the coffee maker. Water just drips out of the spout.

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The heater element might be burnt out as opposed to a blockage - is the "trickle" hot and is there any steam - if so then lets assume a blockage - try CLR (Calcium, Lime and Rust) remover - excellent solution for this type of issue - the instructions for use are simple - when complete just run through a couple of cycles to make sure it is safe water again. CLR is available from hardware stores and is around $6 or $7.

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Vinegar is really not good for cleaning coffee machines.

You should rather use acetic acid.

1) put 4 cups of water into the coffee makers tank.

2) pour 4 cups of acetic acid also in the coffee makers tank.

WARNING !!! ALWAYS pour ACID into WATER and NOT the opposite !!!

If you pour water into acid, it can explode and cause severe damages !!!

3) Let it run through the coffee maker.

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