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DMT800. Why does the pump run continuously?


Your machine is in a fault state. As a precaution, it will activate the pump to evacuate any water from the device that may cause a flood. It has probably been triggered by a float in the base of the machine rising on leaked water and tripping a microswitch. If you tip the machine on its side 45%, if there is water in the base it will run out and reset the flood sensor. WHY and HOW the water got there is a question that is harder to answer. Typically a leaky connection internally, though it may be as simple as using some washing liquid that has foamed up and leaked past the door seal into the base

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How to repair water leak from tassimo base?


The water tank at the rear must make a proper seal. Make sure it is clean and lubricate with Vaseline. The cup tray also catches drips so remove it and empty any water into the sink.

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My asko d1706 dishwasher doesnt let water in. As I


Base pan full of water means there is a water leak. So your machine has a flood detector (floater) and it prevents feeding further water into the machine to prevent the flooding. I think this is the reason. You have to fix the leak.

Just to make sure first clean the base pan water and try it. It will work until again water leaks and activate the floater (flood switch)

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Water leaks from machine during use. Have checked filter on right near base is clear.


Sounds like the water pump is going bad or a hose is leaking. Replace the water pump which in most cases are not, too costly. Most water pumps can be replaced from the bottom of the machine. If you can not find the part # on the water pump, look it up by the model # of the machine.

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Water leaking from reservoir


I had the same problem. All of a sudden my kitchen top counter got filled with water. The water was leaking from the Nespresso C190 water resevoir at the bottom. Exactly where the reservoir meets the coffee machine base. I had by chance an "O" rubber ring left from a faucet which I inserted at the base of the water rervoir right on the small **** which when it sits on the C190 base lets a valve open in order the water to flow through. The "O" ring was 2 to 3 mm in diameter and about 1 mm thick, You might experiment with different ones until you solve your problem.

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Water leak somewhere under tank


Hi rdavis_sf,

If you're encountering leaks under the tank, most often it occurs when the water tank is not seated properly allowing water to drain out of the tank and into the base.You can easily fix this by following the steps below.

1. Please remove the water tank.

2. There is an access opening like a round hole in the base beneath were the tank fits into the machine.

3. Using an absorbent cloth material dry the water through this opening. Please be patient, it can take sometime.

4. Once the water is gone the machine will operate normally again.

There are alignment pins on the tank that fit into holes in the coffee machine. Make sure this alignment holes are clear of any debris. Coffee beans have been known to make their way into these openings. Please use a flashlight and a small mirror to see down into the alignment holes.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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We have an 8 year old Alessi Nespresso machine, and it is leaking water at the base. It seems to leak only when the machine is in use. There is not any water at the base of the water container, so i am...


I have the same model, same age, same problem. It appears to be the seal between the metal heating coils, and the plastic switch that selects steam or coffee. Possibly caused by no cleaning the injector hole with the tool provided with machine (which causes a lot of back pressure). On mine, the screw that holds the switch to the heater has corroded and can not be unscrewed, so not possible to access rubber seal, and repair. May be tricky since this is plastic sealed to hot metal with a rubber gasket. So fo now, i unscrewed the black base plate on the bootom, and set the Alessi in a tray. THen just wipe up water after use.

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I just had good luck pulling the grinder bottom piece forward while pulling directly up on the blade mechanism. Hope this helps.

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Water leaking into machine


This happens when the boiler develops a leak, usually due to scale buildup. Order a new boiler and o-rings and replace.

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Bosch dish washer SGS56E02GB


anti flood device has been activated, this means you have water in the base of appliance. most likely a leak, or if you have been using 3 in 1 tablets, and rinse aid this will over foam appliance and foams leaks into base.. try tipping d/w back to let water out of base..then try d/w again... if anti flood activates again...call an engineer.. ps check big nut that secures salt container to base of d/w, it can come loose which will cause water to leak into base ally

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