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I just went thru the entire decalcifying process and got to the final step, emptied the drip tray and coffee grounds bin, put the tray back into place, but can't get the display off of "empty tray" I have an IMPRESSA S9/S7 avantgarde coffeemaker. Jeanne

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  • jeanneschnac Sep 13, 2011

    No, I did not need your help after all. I did send an email before I received your solution, saying that my problem was solved, that the machine automatically went back to "select product" after a short time on it's own.
    Now that I know about your web site, however, I will use you in the future.

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You should Clean and dry the metal contacts on the back of the drip tray, ensuring that the gap between the contacts is clean and dry (if present, contacts not on all JURA models) Make sure that the plastic in between the contacts is clean

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