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No water coming out

Unit heats up; lights come on; light on left side of machine (an espressso cup) keeps flashing saying no espresso even tho there's a capsule in the machine. No water comes out.

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Try first unplugging power cable for two minutes, if it does not clear the problem check the internal hose

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

  • Ginko
    Ginko Aug 28, 2008

    If it did not work you will need to access inside the machine.
    Check if any hose is leaking or out of place, see if the pump is running, if it does make whirring noise but do not pump water, check that hose is not obstructed, eventually blow air inside it.
    If it is not the hose, it is probably a faulty pump that need to be replaced.
    You can get service by calling the number listed in your user manual


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