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I'm guessing this is a large Pro Espresso machine. 250V/15A is a bit low as they usually range in 25A which should be on a 250V/30A line. Not your normal home outlet unless your using a washer/dryer outlet. You need an electrician to check if this much power is available on your premises. Check the nameplate rating on the machine to confirm this. If everything checks out and your still blowing fuses then the heating element needs checking. Blown (cracked) elements will short out in a tank of water causing over boiling and high steam pressure. Serviceman should check this as there are dangerous voltages present. Aloha! ukeboy57

Miele CVA610 | Answered on Sep 19, 2017

If you don't have a manual I hope this helps. You can make coffee without "Descale"ing it but it is recommended you don't go too long without doing it.

- Make sure that the filled water container is in the appliance.

- Turn the program selector to "On" with lighting and place a container under the hot water spout and another under the steam spout.

- Press the hot water button, turn the steam selector counterclockwise and dispense hot water until it flows in quiet, continuous streams.

- Press the hot water button again. Turn the steam selector clockwise to o, to turn off the water.


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Miele CVA610 | Answered on Apr 21, 2017

If it was a DC motor it wouldn't run on AC. If it hasn't been used for a long while it might smell while the dust and grease burn also the bearing(s) could be dry, make sure it turns freely and smoothly and nothing gets too hot. Check current with ammeter

Miele CVA610 | Answered on Apr 29, 2014

The top of the grinder may need cleaning This user manual explains everything http://www.cagrimmett.com/justanswer/CVA610.pdf

Miele CVA610 | Answered on Oct 02, 2013

According to this current situation, you can check witha local professional..b-cos the internal circuitry has to be checked..
check with him if it can be repaired..if not you can replace it..

Miele CVA610 | Answered on Aug 07, 2013

Water leaking inside the coffee maker. Remove water tank. Use a turkey baster and place it inside a hole, where the water tank houses into. **** water out, which is causing your fault message - "Water System Fault." Only thing you can do is make sure water tank cover/lid is put on properly (correctly oriented) and replace seal ring where water tank spout inserts into. If problem returns, then there is a serious leak inside the unit.

Miele CVA610 | Answered on Jun 09, 2013

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