I,ve had this espresso mACHINE FOR ABOUT A MONTH ,THIS IS MY SECOND ONE MY FIRST GOT WATER IN THE TOP GRILL WHICH FRIED THE SYSTEM,THIS SYSTEM SEEMS TO WORK GREAT ,BUT ALL OF A SUDDEN AFTER THE MACHINE GRINDS THE COFFEE IT BUZZEZ TWICE THIS NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE NOT EVEN IN MY FIRST MACHINE DOES ANYONE HAVE A CLUE WHY THIS IS HAPPENING? THANX JB
Sounds like it could have pre brewing enabled which wets out the coffee and helps extract the full flavour. It may also need lubricating it is hard to know with a limited description. You can use a pen to bypass the sensor in the door to see what it is doing at the time. This may or should help establish the noise.
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it is not a filter but a water softener and no need to replace. You need to pass thought it 2 spoon full of salt desolve with water and then flush it with water for 15 min until the salt will be cleaned. You can do this one time per month so to avoid any scale build inside the machine.
I would repair it, it sounds like the grinder needs to be adjusted (burrs may be dull), and the leak on the bottom may be coming from the small drain hole on the back of the brew chamber. If you remo;ve the chamber you will see the white water valve that the chamber connect to, if you look below the white valve the small chamber in there will be filled with water, below that there is a small discharge use a stit stick or paper clip to clear hole.
I wish I could post a solution, but this is exactly what happened to my machine after about a month of use. I don't see any clog nor a way to get to the moving parts that could create a clog. Unfortunate design.
We had this problem and it was overflow from a clog -- check the hole where excess water drains into the drip tray to see if it is full of grounds. Cleaned it out with a twistie tie and flushed w/ water. That stopped the water on our counter!