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It flashes READY SCALED

It seem to work O.K. maybe the water could be a bit hotter but this message READY SCALED what's up"

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  • florentg Nov 16, 2008

    Flashes Scaled, What can I do?

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i found out that the button that warms up the steamer also has another function. if you start with the machine completely shut off but still plugged in, and press and hold the steam button, it gives you instructions for descaling and walks you through the process, telling you what to do at each step until you are done. so i did it and just finished a few minutes ago.

Posted on Feb 07, 2011

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I have the same problem, I can't remove "ready scaled" and the water can be more hot.

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