Nespresso Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support


The solution to rotation issues with the frother have been soved finally by myself after reading all the suggestion. The fix is simple... Your attachments have been magnitised and need to be demagnetized. It works a beauty. Run a magnet around the metal rings. Hint. Never leave them on the the frother when not being used.

Nespresso... | Answered 3 days ago


Unplug the machine. Hold the On/Off button when plugging back.

Nespresso D290... | Answered on Sep 24, 2020


if you dont have an internal trasformer then you may be able to find fuse or even thermal safety which are keeping you from using it .its important that thermal safety are replaced an seen or as you find 167c tempture and voltage tolerance i toy get any problem put the internal phone sow we can see internal parts used

Nespresso Coffee... | Answered on Sep 14, 2020


It's normal that some of the water or and coffee flows drops into the capsule container. Mostly it will occur when you do not insert a capsule into the machine, and the rewing unit is not sealed with the capsule. The capsule container can hold up to 5 or 6 used capsule.

Nespresso Coffee... | Answered on Aug 02, 2020


Similar to the crema on quality espresso, this "foam" is an indicator of the freshness of your coffee. If it's thick and creamy white, it's very fresh. If it's present but thin and watery, it's less fresh.
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-foam-on-coffee-made-of-that-appears-on-milk-based-and-even-black-coffees
The foam found at the top of your cup is "crema" comes from the espresso making process. Espresso is prepared in a metal contraption, which you pound down and hot water is pumped through at great pressures. The pressure pushes out the little oils from the coffee beans into the liquid. https://www.joyridecoffeedistributors.com/blog/coffee-news/where-does-the-foam-come-from


Nespresso Coffee... | Answered on May 11, 2020


Have you tried applying a little pressure to the lever to open it?

Nespresso Coffee... | Answered on May 06, 2020


This problem is most likely being caused by air being trapped in the system. To fix this, please follow the following steps: -

- Turn on the Machine, ensuring there is water in the tank
- Wait until the light stops flashing and the machine is ready for use
- Lift the silver lever on top of the machine into the upright position
- Press the coffee button on your machine
- Push the silver lever back, away from you, and hold it in this position for 3 seconds
- Press the coffee button again to stop the water flow

This procedure releases the air blockage in the system and your machine should function normally again.
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Nespresso C100B... | Answered on Apr 26, 2020


Please read this
https://www.thedebuguy.com/blog/debugging-nespresso-machine

Nespresso U C50... | Answered on Apr 14, 2020


There are two nozzles in front of the machine attached together, the nose of the bigger one on the top slides into the smaller one on the bottom. When it makes coffee, the spout outside the machine becomes lower so coffee can come out. When it is done making coffee, the spout goes up so water/coffee drips in the drip tray. If one of the nozzles breaks, the spout on the smaller one will not go down and the inside end is lower and coffee goes inside the drip tray. It has nothing to do with cleaning.

Nespresso Coffee... | Answered on Apr 14, 2020


I can send you a copy by e-mail

Nespresso D250... | Answered on Apr 10, 2020


I just rectified this problem with my Nespresso Latissima Pro machine. This model has a milk frothing unit that is removable to place in the fridge for later use. We are on our second frothing unit over 6 yrs and clean the milk frother religiously. Here's the key...there are 5 pieces to the frothing head: head unit, foam selection dial, spout elbow, silicone draw tube and frother to machine joint piece. Our problem was found with the frother to machine joint piece, the piece that gets pushed into the machine to seat the frother. This piece has a larger hole on one end and a very small hole on the other, there are two rubber 'o' rings on the body and a horizontal slit in one side. This piece becomes completely clogged with hard water deposit that is not cleaned out with the descaling solution sold by Nespresso. I have soaked this piece (along with all head components) in CLR and used a syringe to flush CLR through all the little pieces. I let them sit for 15 mins, then soak in hot water for 5 mins and flush thoroughly with hot running water. Seems to have fixed not just my frother I am currently using but my old one also.
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Nespresso... | Answered on Feb 25, 2020


Tish3030 response worked PERFECTLY. Thank you, Tish.

Nespresso... | Answered on Dec 25, 2019


Go buy a cheap Mr. Coffee Machine -OR- follow the instructions in the link.

https://www.wikihow.com/Repair-the-Thermal-Fuse-on-an-Espresso-Machine

Nespresso Coffee... | Answered on Dec 25, 2019


Means you are not heating your milk, the frothing milk will be cold (for iced drinks) because you have held the button down longer than normal. Usually it takes 5 Seconds for the blue light to go on. try turning it on or pushing the button faster, It should turn on red, for heated and frothed milk.

Nespresso... | Answered on Dec 18, 2019


Use the bar-style spinner and run it twice.

Nespresso... | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


It's the fuse inside. Did it have a burnt residue at the bottom ..if so it's a quick DIY job.
eBay For the replacement fuse!

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F292274640385

Nespresso... | Answered on Sep 23, 2019

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