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Why hot water comes out of the machine but coffee doesn't drip down to cup

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SOURCE: coffee machine leaking hot water also all lights come on front

Buy another one there like 10 bucks...

Posted on Jan 17, 2009


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SOURCE: i just got a eam

There is a blockage in the steam/ hot water circuit. By trying repeatedly to use these functions the steam boiler has now overheated and blown a thermal fuse ( thats why the alarm is displayed and now the infuser is in the wrong position for removal). If this machine is under warranty you should return it as soon as possible. If no warranty and you are a handy person (genuinely) then post again and i can help you fix it. No Good luck Rick.

Posted on Dec 12, 2010

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SOURCE: The coffee grinds, and tamps, however no water

I had this same problem and fixed it according to a solution posted here by joebauer and it worked perfectly. He explains it better, but basically there is a brass part in the back of the machine (behind the U-shaped heating element) that gets stuck in the open position so that no water can get through. You have to remove it and give it a good whack on a hard surface. You know if it is unstuck by trying to blow air through the tube and it is not able to pass through. Make sure you unplug your machine before taking it apart.

Posted on Dec 15, 2010

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SOURCE: new machine but no water

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Posted on Jan 25, 2011

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SOURCE: I have the EAM3200 coffee maker and it seems to be

I have the same issue. I have tried replacing the O-rings in the water heating element and the steamer, and it still does this. For a temporary fix, try running the steamer for about 30 seconds, or until it is running "full steam", and immediately make your coffee. This has worked for my machine for the last 4 months. It is used about 5-10 times a day at my work, and this still is working. I believe the issues is it is losing pressure somewhere, and the water cannot travel through the infuser. I have taken apart my machine more than 10 times, and I still cannot find out where the pressure loss is. I know this is a temporary fix, but it will work until something more permanent can be done. Hope this helps!

Posted on May 27, 2011

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