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Senseo making to much coffee

I machine recently started to overfill the cup.

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  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2008

    I have the same problem, but haven't tried flushing the system yet. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Try flushing the machine by filling the water tank with water and then pressing both the one cup and the two cup buttons at the same time (make sure to put a big enough bowl under the spout). If this doesn't work, give Senseo a call: 1-866-4SENSEO. They should be able to help! Good luck!

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

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With the separately available chocolate pad holder it will do a fine cup of hot chocolate.

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The official stance from Philips on their website is this:

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Usually, overflowing won't harm the machine in any way; it's built for that. Even if liquid somehow would get into the device, it will remain fully functional in 99% of the cases once it's fully dried again.

Opening the bottom will void any warranty you may still have. If a Senseo doesn't do anything please make sure it's plugged into a working wall socket (check the wall socket using another applicance). Wall socket OK, but still no joy? The internal fuse may have blown - but it's recommended you leave repairs to a qualified mechanic.
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Eureka! I have solved this problem.
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The problem with Senseo is that - especially with coffee holders for 2 cups and chocolate - after making the coffee, the pod holder and the pod cool down. This creates an underpressure, that prevents you opening the Senseo. Hot water will increase the pressure and then you can open the senseo very soon.

This solution was found in despair after struggling with all the complex tool involving (knives, pumps, etc.)

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Hans Beers ([email protected]).
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Does my Senseo® appliance need to be descaled? Yes. Descaling is an important element in Senseo maintenance. It should be done at least once every three months, up to six times a year!

Keeping your Senseo free of scale will:
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The descaling process takes about one hour and should not be interrupted. Only a descaling agent based on citric acid can be used safely in the Senseo. Other agents, including vinegar, may damage your appliance or not remove the scale entirely. If the procedure is not performed correctly, scale residue may remain in the machine. This causes scale to build up more quickly and may cause permanent and irreparable damage to the machine.

For the right procedure to descale your type of Senseo, see attached document.
(links to attachment at the bottom of this page:
http://www.senseo.com/senseous/Templates/NonAuthenticated/FAQs.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRORIGINALURL=%2fen%2fSenseoUS%2fServiceAndSupport%2fCoffeeMachineQA%2f&NRNODEGUID=%7b5584237E-F754-477A-BDFE-52A5DC85D35C%7d&NRCACHEHINT=NoModifyGuest#a23
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Having dismantled and inspected several of this "strange machines" my conclusion is the following:

There is an oscillating-piston pump inside with in- and outlet valve.
It is energized by a microprocessor controlled circuit for a working time depending on the button selected (1 or 2 cups). The pressure and flow are nearly constant for a perfect working pump.
The pod holder restricts the thruput by its central hole. (E.g. you get now an extra pod-holder with a very small hole for expresso type)

So if you don't get enough coffee it may be that
1) the duty-cycle (timing) of the pump has changed.(not often occurring) no repair, you have to undergo electronic and programming work
2) the pump lost efficiency (cylinder of the pump clogged, piston not working with complete stroke, spring force fadening or just one of the 2 valves leaking) ca be "repaired" after dismantling machine ,extracting pump and taking it apart, success not garanteed - grinding valves is already time spending
so my principle before starting this work is to run the machine without the coffee pod to check the water output, use a new holder with clean central hole, if this works it will be nr.
3) the central hole of the holder is clogged, may be not by limestone, but dried coffee extract (grease) clean with needle or even better with micro-drill
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