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New pot that will not go through 1st cycle

The pot is new and have tried to get it to go through that first start up cycle but it does not stop blinking and pushing the buttons at the same time has no affect.

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Hope you did fill the plastic canister on the back, with water
because what you write there is what it does when there is no water in it

Posted on Feb 28, 2014

Testimonial: "The comment about putting water in the canister was humiliating...of course I did. T"

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    Bart D Feb 28, 2014

    did not mean to be humiliating, just wanted to get some answers, have to start somewhere, trouble shooting

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    Bart D Mar 02, 2014

    did you Flush the machine...

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    Bart D Mar 02, 2014

    did you Flush the machine...

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    Bart D Mar 02, 2014

    Add a Comment5 Press on/off button 3 (1) and subsequently press the 1-cup button q and the 2-cup button qq/w briefly at the same time (2). The machine fills itself with water from the water reservoir. While this happens, water comes out of the spout. When the flushing cycle is finished, the machine switches itself off. During the flushing cycle, the machine produces more noise than during a regular brewing cycle Never interrupt the flushing cycle halfway. If you do, the boiler will not fill itself properly. Repeat step 5 if the cycle is interrupted.

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