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INSIDE BOX THAT HOLDS THE USED GROUNDS....CAN'T GET IT BACK IN....SMALL PIECE OF PLASTIC KEEPS IT FROM MOVING INTO PLACE. SAECO ITALIA...

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Hi,

If you look where the dregbox will fit, you see a hole. Take a screw driver and hold the little plastic pin when you close the door and power on the machine. When the machine not get any noise then you can put in dregsbox again.

Hope this will help you.
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