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My Senseo coffeemaker no longer makes coffee. When I press the On/Off switch, the red light comes on and flickers, but the machine does not heat the water, let alone progress to brewing the coffee. What can I do?

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  • rik poog Feb 08, 2013

    You need to put in some vinegar into water holder and let stand over night covering up the little box inside that water jug. Also you can run vinegar through the machine after it starts working . Of course flush it with water thru a few time afterwards. It could be also i tiny coffee grind blocking the Pad holder directly in center where the water runs thru the pad.

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Try using it in a totally different wall socket. I don't know *what* it needs exactly, but I've seen this behaviour fixed by moving the Senseo.

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