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Jura c9 on out of box start up won't leave rinse cycle and enter heating mode. Checked rotary dial but it seems fine.

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You need to be patient and keep pressing the rinse button. I took a few water tanks of rinsing before it clicked over to heating mode. The manual and DVD need to mention this!

Posted on May 15, 2011

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