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Used grounds are very wet (soupy). It almost appears that an insufficient amount of coffee is being distributed into the brew group. Also machine requests to empty waste drawers only after two or three pulls. If I operate the machine with the waste panel open (tricking the system with a magnet) and liquid seems to drip out the bottom of the brew group, at least at the start of the preparation cycle.

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I have the same problem ... grounds very soupy ... Do you already know the solution?

Posted on Jun 18, 2011

  • Willard Moseley Jul 12, 2011

    The problem is the beans and the time of year. Very dark roast coffee (like many espresso and Italian roasts) is very oily add high humidity in the summer time and grounds are soupy. If you change to a medium or light roast the problem disappears. Also drying the beans (leaving them in the open air rather than a sealed container) may help as well. A good test is to run a pound or two of a nice Kona medium roast through the machine. Hey, even if the grounds are still wet you'll drink some great coffee! Seriously, this problem disappears during the winter in mid-America even with the dark roasts.

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