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Delonghi Espresso Machine not getting past startup

When I turn the machine on the brew unit does some kind of initialization thing. Before when it was working fine it would do this once and stop. Now it just keeps doing it while the two espress lights (single cup and dual cup) alternately flash. It never stops, just infinitely continues in this cycle. It stopped doing this after leaving it unplugged for a while, but now its doing it again....

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: DeLonghi EC701

Could be scale build up. Do you have well water? You should run a descaler or white vinegar through the unit often to keep the boiler outlets clean.

Unless you are saying that the pump just doesn't run, ie, no noise, vibration, etc. Then, thanks for the warning that their pumps are bad.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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mark tamburin

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I had the same problem, just stopped brewing. I took it apart and found a small inline fuse link that went bad. I replaced it and it brews just like new. Now it has started leaking while brewing. I am trying to find where you can purchase the rubber tubing that goes from the tank to the element. I would go to another coffee maker but my son and daughter n law gave this to my wife and I. I really hate to get rid of it.

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Describe your DeLonghi BAR 32 Espresso

many of them having DeLonghi BAR 32 Espresso is suffering from the same problem it cannot be solved it is this model's drawback

Posted on May 15, 2008

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Jim Parker

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SOURCE: Delonghi Magnifica Rapid Cappuccino machine has

Your problem is the holes in the cappuccino maker and
steam nozzle are clogged. Clean the holes in the cappuccino maker and the steam nozzle.

IMPORTANT: Before cleaning the holes in the steam nozzle, make sure that there that it is not hot and there is no pressure on the machine.

I'm sending you a free pdf manual download of what I believe to be your machine. If this is not it, give me the model # and I will try to find it.

Good Luck!

Jim

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Blinking on/off light won't turn off

It means it's time to "decalcify" your machine. Not sure how to do that, I assume run vinegar or something like that through it. You can turn the blinking light off by holding down the "set clock" and the "set timer" buttons at the same time.

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

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