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I have filed my s7 Jura capresso machine with water but is still says fill system. How do I resolve the problem?

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This an indicator of a magnetron issue, but there two other parts that can be a factor, the high voltage capacitor and diode. Depending on the nature of repair it could be as much as a new microwave oven.

Posted on Feb 20, 2011

  • John Cunningham Feb 20, 2011

    I'am very sorry but I made a error thinking it was a microwave oven problem, please disregard the information and except my apology.

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