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Fill the water circuit

I can't figure out how to fill the water circuit. In the manual the blinking light indicates that I need to fill the circuit but doesn't explain how. Can you tell me?

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  • Anonymous Aug 17, 2008

    Where is the water circuit to fill? I tried to fill a cup of water from the steamer and the light is still flashing...



  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

    where is the water circuit?
    thanks

  • catmasc Jan 14, 2009

    where is the water ccicuit?

    thanks

  • Terry Morton Jun 28, 2013

    They mean water tank

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Hi,

Open the steam knob and make a cup of water.

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