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Coffeee beans won't feed into grinder

The coffee machine ran out of beans as the machine was grinding and now the grinder will not grind beans, even though the machine now has beans in the container. The message comes up that the container has no beans.

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  • hwang_ho May 05, 2009

    same problem, what I do is that I push the beans into the grinder with a little can, letting go and pushing in . it´s a complete mess. I do not like that

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    the machine grinds the coffee beans but does not brew the coffee. It also does the same when using already grounded coffee. When you look n the used coffee container you see the un used coffee grinds. can you suggest how to fix the problem?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    The machine has stopped grinding the beans

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Push the coffe brew button again. It should take right off and grind again.

Posted on Jul 27, 2007

  • Anonymous Jul 31, 2007

    OK,
    If the grinder does not take off after "timing out" by pressing the coffee selection then I need to know if there are other warning lights on. If it does not take off after timing out by pressing the coffee button and there are no other warning lights on then there is an electrical problem that a repair center would need to address.
    Do a search for an authorized Saeco repair center and discuss it with them.

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