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shamin arne Posted on Mar 30, 2007
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Pump won't shut off

I was steaming some milk and the machine started smoke out of the control panel and now the pump wont shut off. I shut it off and when i turned it back on the light for central unit cam on, I took apart and cleaned everything and the central unit light went off. when i turn it on now i get the sound of what i can only think is the pump ( only becasue when i turn the steam knob it sprays water) running and smoke that smells like burning plastic come out of the control panel thanks shamin

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Hi Shamin,

You have to replace the printed circuit card.

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