The Krups Burr Grinder GVX2 featured in the picture is not a coffee maker, per se, it only grind coffee beans to use in other coffee makers. It is a lousy machine, and I would recommend returning it or not buying it. DO NOT PUT WATER INTO THIS MACHINE. It will cause electric shock.
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try to fill the reservoir with the water to the top, when the water starts "brewing" the water is transfer from this reservoir to the basket where there is loose coffee placed over the paper bag that will filter the coffee to the jar.
Check if anything is blocking the canal, that is transferring the water from the reservoir to the basket.
could be one of two things
the machine is asking to be primed or ventilated , where you turn the hot water on till the light goes out.
or is asking for tank to be filled. There is a magnet float in water tank sometimes it stops floating making the machine think there is no water. to check fill tank with water and look to see if float is floating it will be grey/black in bottom corner of tank
Take a look at the little spout area that pours into the water tray. It can get clogged with coffee grounds. This was our solution with one machine. But with another, the water was actually leaking out the back and was the result of a dying boiler assembly.
Then the float or sensor is not ingaging to show that there is water to that level so i would try to dump some water down a few times and force the float back up or try to reach it with your hand and move it very easily up and down then try to fill it and i bet it works fine. Thanks
Im happy that you care for your machine and coffee quality, oil deposits-remains are killing the quality of next fresh imputed amounts.
1 in the evening get an bucket, before filling it with water you put few drops of dish washing detergent(liquid one for manual washing)
you put the bell in bucket and live it over night, in the morning you clean it than dry it with leather for window cleaning. Put it above coffee machine to heat up a bit and to get rid of remained moisure(to not affect the coffee with it)
when is completely dry than you put in grinder and fill it with coffee
deacaled it use a special descaler produit not vinegar 1 part descaler 1 part water fill up water tank start let it drip for few second turn off leave it for 15 minute repeat untill empty after rinse very good very corosif stuff that descaler the machine is gonna work fine the brown stuff should come of but coffe is like dye calcium in machine is a killer brown stuff is not nice but the coffee is great cheers