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No coffee coming out

I emptied the old beans from my machine and refilled. Since then, no coffee comes out when I select cup size. Sometimes it says fill coffee beans. I've emptied the new beans and refilled which hasn't solved the problem. Please help.


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  • spinnell71 Aug 21, 2008

    Thanks. I need it.

  • ucohen May 06, 2009

    I have the same problem when i press the small coffee button the machine says no coffe bean found



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Sounds like you have a bean jam post your model i will send you the guide on how to fix this it is too long to type here

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Hello Penny McEwan,

After two lifetimes in electronics... my highly sophisticated electronic background says ...

Get a clean paper sack.

Unplug you unit... and invert the MACHINE pouring the beans into the sack... While holding the machine in that position fetch it a good smack (one on the north side & another on it's south end).

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Plug the little beauty back in and
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Else ... get a clean paper sack... (blah blah... blah)
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Take it to your repair shop!

As for me... after two life times: I still have all the toys...
all put away... nice & clean on the shelf...

I boil 12 cups in a 3 quart pot...shut off the fire and dump in the fresh ground beans let the froth settle (about 5 to 10 minutes)
and pour my first cups through an old fashion Melitta #6
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or Chemex carafe

Better than a FRENCH PRESS... camp-fire style without
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