Back-flush the machine regularly and check your water hookup and make sure you to not have a small diameter water line. Other than that it is controlled by the water pump I believe. If the solenoid (the silver thing attached to the pump) used to start the pump is old it could slow down the pump start cycle.
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You are not supposed to fill the machine with milk. Just water. It is a pod machine, you put a coffee pod in the slot. Then water in the tank. Push the button and it heats the water then when ready push it again and it dispenses hot water through the coffee pod. In your cup you will have hot coffee with crema. If you have a milk frother/volumiser then you add milk.
If you add milk to the pod tank, it heats up, volumises aka increases in volume and flows everywhere. I suggest you read your manual :)
Most likely your system needs to be de-limed. All water has a certain amount of dissolved minerals in it and when heated those minerals will precipitate out into a white, crusty material. Often this material will clog up the works of your coffee maker.
In order to remove the deposits, you have to increase the acidity of the liquid within the coffee maker. The easiest way to do this is to drain the water and then fill the maker with about 18 ounces of white vinegar that you can buy from your local supermarket.
It may take some time before the lime deposits dissolve and you may even have to use a wire probe to carefully remove any blockage of any of the holes that the water has to flow-through to get through the system.
After you've got the lime removed and the unit is working properly, run some clean water through the system and clean any external parts to make sure you don't get vinegar flavored coffee.
Thank you for posting your question here on Fixya.com. The flow of water thru the flow meter is too low and the generator is not working because of that. Cleaning the filter is usually what is required to improve the flow rate. If that doesn’t solve the problem look for obstructions in the plumbing such as clogged or full skimmer baskets, full strainer baskets on the pump inlet or some other blockage. Once the flow increases the error should clear itself and the generator should start to work. If this answer does not fix your problem, please comment with additional details prior to rating the answer. Positive feedback is appreciated once your problem is solved! John
Have made manual adjustment to increase the water flow with not much change at the bubbler. Is there additional work that I can do to increase the the flow? I have siffient flow for supply but what comes out of the bubbler is barely drinkable. Possible a filter or other parts may need to be replaced?
Some people also try adding fresh grounds to brewed grounds, resulting in an overflow. A restricter valve can be used, but a better solution is to simply pour in half the water at a time. This is what people who buy non Bunn filters do to stop overfills.
You probably have coffee ground for a drip coffee pot, not an automatic drip coffee maker. With a drip coffee pot, you put the coffee in and add the hot water on top of that. You might want to try a coffee press. They are fantastic for the finer grinds of coffee. Some Mexican coffees are ground almost as fine as flour and a press works great. You can get a press for about $12 & up.
if the ajustment of our coffee is griding the coffee to corsely not fine enought look in our manuel dont move the leveler of coofee unless the coffee is grinding in the waste basket our supposed to have like a little hockey puck fairly hard ajust it untill its like that let me now pierre merry christmas pierre
In the bean hopoer there is a little screw. Remove this screw and the cover and you will see an adjustment alan key. You need to push down and rotate the adjuster counter clockwise to make it finer and clockwise to make it bigger. Make sure you only rotate the grinder a little at a time, 1/4 turns at a time recommended. Make 2 cups then readjust if necessary.
First step, increase the grinder size. Note: only change grinder setting while the grinder is spinning. If that does not work, look into cleaning your brew group screens. The machine should have came with a key to remove the screen. If your machine as a preground option try making a preground coffee without inserting coffee to see if only water will come out. If water comes out then you know its your grinder. Usually too small of grinder sizes will stop water flow.