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Do not start, no electric
You may find the transformer supplying power to the pcb has gone open, there is a fuse in it that can fail. I have bypassed the dead fuse on many of them in the past. If you don't understand what I have told you then best you do not try doing it, you need to understand where to solder the link. A proper service person familiar with the model should be able to figure it out once you have informed them what the problem is.
on Feb 10, 2016
Krups fnf2: service 8, what does it mean?
On mine, the coffee dispenser had become stuck or clogged with ground coffee. cleaning this and giving it a bit of assistance on the next power up solved the problem. you will need to remove the two TX-15 torx screws at the front under the coffee flap/lid and the water flap/lid. there are also four screws down the back which dont have any screw driver slots in them. you will need a pair of vice grips or similar pliers to undo them. The top then lifts off and you can see down the coffee dispenser enough to clean it out. If you intend to test it with the lid off you will need to tape a magnet on the gray reed switch at the top (to simulate the ground coffee lid being closed). Obviously if you remove the two last screws at the bottom back you can easily remove the sides however in my case this wasn't necessary.
on Jan 30, 2016
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