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stephanie, the first thing you suspect is the fan belt. It could be slipping. 2nd suspect is the drum shaft that is misaligned. If you know what & how you are doing, you have to take the machine apart, find & replace parts. If you can't or don't know how, I suggest a repair man. If the repair is more then the value, worth of the machine, you should get another.I hope that this works
sound like the pump is at fault still it might still work but it sounds like its an earth fault with the pump but some time by replacing it don't all ways work its normally the board at fault as well an expensive job OK
Try reprogramming the machine.
Push and hold the button for the coffee you want, but hold it all the way through the process. Don't release the button until you get the amount of coffee you want for that button, then release the button. That should get you the same amount next time. You can do this for each coffee button. If that didn't fix it you might have a bad flow meter.
So much for Wal-Mart tech support. If your mouse is not working, first check the batteries to be sure they are good. You wireless mouse has a USB "antenna" or sending unit. It may have a button on it that says "connect." If so, push it. The mouse itself has a little button on the bottom that says "connect." Push that one next. It should now work. If it doesn't, switch USB ports and try again. And no, we don't charge for this answer.
hey there Jack, I have the exact same turntable and had the exact same problem. It's a pretty simple fix.
The control arm for the stop button,more then likely, got pushed a bit too far back.
Now bare with me, because I don't know the names of the mechanisms, but I'll try to make it sound simple.
First you're going to take off plate and belt, because you're going to be taking off the bottom cover of your turntable. If you don't remove the plate & belt, when you flip over the turntable, it's all going to fall and you could damage your belt.
Next your going to flip over the turntable and remove the screws that are holding on the bottom cover on. I think there are 5 of them.
Now that the cover is off, look at where the play and stop buttons are. Follow the thin metal arms that are connected to them. They should end at a white plastic piece (sorry, I don't know the name of it). Now check if the stop arm is hooked behind it or if it's pressed against the front of it. The stop arm should be RESTING ON THE FRONT of the white plastic piece.
If it's hooked behind the plastic piece, carefully pull it out and then place it against the front of the white plastic piece and you should be good to go.