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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be as simple as a hose that popped loose, or as serious as a cracked tank...the only way to know for sure is to pull the bottom plate and have a look.
Most retailers have a generous return policy, and you never really know what you can't have until you ask...but if this is not an option, a 30 minute project could save you the replacement cost.
Remove the base plate screws* and lift easy to reveal the heater element and hoses to the water tank.
*Torx screws (a star pattern) require a special driver that can be found cheap at any auto parts store.
Check the hoses one at a time for leaks (cracks, dry spots, tight fit, etc) and look at the bottom of the tank for a split or crack.
Place the bottom back on (no screws yet) and add a little water...If it stays, then you got it.
If it leaks, lift the machine to eye level, drop the bottom out of the way, and add a little more water so you can watch for the source of the leak.
A broken tank means a new machine...but a bad hose can be replaced.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2010
Unplug the device and plug back in after 1 min. If it still fails, then you have a dirty water level sensor or the control circuit board is fried. Empty the water out and fill it with vinegar as full as you can without overflowing. Let it soak overnight and turn the machine on (without coffee in it). Turn off after 30 secs.Turn on again and allow it to finish the cycle. Discard the vinegar. Run three more brewing cycles with water only and it will be OK to use. If this does not cure it, then the only cost effective way is to replace it.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
hi ninerh! this may be an easy fix for you, or may require some replacement parts. if you need a new length of hose, try a hardware store or try a local medical supply as a source for new tubing (must be right size, food-safe & able to withstand heat) or espressoparts.com/cafeparts.com. if you can turn a screwdriver, remove ten screws in base plate (machine must be upside down & make sure it's cooled down/unplugged first!) gently lift base away--bottom most hose leading from where resevoir sits to pump should be held in place by a cheap wire clip; this may have come loose over time w/ vibration of pump, or it may be damaged. *be careful removing bottom of machine b/c wires lead from it to inside of machine; don't be scared, just be careful! good luck!
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: The coffee maker doesn't work
Does it make steam or can you hear the water boiling? Try and pour 4 cups of vinegar or lime away in it if it is clogged or plugged up from lme or mineral deposits, if it not getting hot( you can tell very easily by seeing if the plate the pot sits on is getting hot) then the thermocouple or heating element is shot.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
it means de"CALC"ify its detecting calcium build up the manual says to run white vinegar without the filter followed by two clean water cycles goto krups.com to download the manual
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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