Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Orange light flashing on small cup milk expresso
Posted by Anonymous on
Sorry chaps, all these suggestions are wrong. The orange light on the small cappuccino button means the unit needs to be descaled. See Nespresso support to download the user guide and you'll see this explained there
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
You need to reset it. Unplug machine, remove waste container and tray. Put the waste container back in without the tray and slide a knife under the waste container, close door. Plug in. It should reset. Turn off, replace tray and waste container and turn unit back on.
Easier, call their 800 number and they'll walk you thru it.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
You can adjust the fill of coffee by holding the large coffee cup down for as long as you want to fill it. Try holding the button down for 20secs., next cup of coffee should automatically fill for 20 seconds. The small cup that you are currently getting was probably set at the factory. Good luck
Posted on May 08, 2010
problem is overheating at a single point in the bottom of the milk container. Try cleaning the milk residue after each time you use it and the flashing red light disappears. This is a design fault. Nespresso are happy to keep marketing the Citiz but there is no fix - so the Nespresso "mess free" coffee machine is a bunch of flannel - good coffee all the same!
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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Let's take a look at the different nutritional values of soy milk
compared to whole milk:
Calories- soy milk has fewer calories than whole
milk per cup (about 40 calories less per cup).
Fat- soy milk contains 3.5 grams of fat per cup (8
oz.), while whole milk contains 8 grams of fat per cup (8 oz.)
Cholesterol- soy milk contains no cholesterol, while
whole milk contains 24 mg cholesterol per cup.
Both soy milk and whole milk contain high amount of
calcium per cup that provides about 30-35 percent of the RDA.
Protein- Soy milk has about 5 grams of protein per
cup, while whole milk has 8 grams of protein per cup.
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