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Delonghi Lattissima EN 660CW milk frother not frothing
I don't know why my answer posted in the comments section, so here it is in the proper area.
I had the same problem and was ready to send it in for repairs, but I
talked to a great guy at Nespresso who helped me fix it myself. The
problem was when I pushed the latte button, it would only froth milk for
a second or two and then the espresso would start pouring. It basically
refused to make a latte. Here's the things he had me do:
Descale immediately. I have an older machine, and descaling once a year
does NOT cut it. He told me descaling every 5 months at the bare
minimum, if your machine is not having any problems at all. Descaling is
usually the main problem for lack of froth. I descaled and it seemed
like the machine was working better almost immediately. I also ran 4 - 5
tanks of water through the hot water spout and the main espresso part
(but mostly this is because it seems to take this much flushing to get
the smell of the descaling solution out).
2) Reset your machine
to factory settings. I have a classic Lattissima, so this is how you do
it on that machine. Turn the machine on and wait until the drink buttons
are steady (espresso and hot water buttons are no longer blinking to
warm up). Then press and HOLD the power button until the espresso and
hot water buttons BLINK THREE TIMES. Then they'll go back to steady
again. You're now back to factory settings.
I did notice that I
started having the trouble after moving the machine, so I'm not sure
which of the above solved the problem. The main thing is it worked and
I'm back to yummy lattes!
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My delonghi lattissima is not piercing the
First you need to check the capsule container. Make sure that there are not any coffee remains both the liquid of dry coffee since will blocked the capsule to sit in proper place and thus to be press correctly. If you find anything you need to clean them very well with a warm wet sponge (remove machine from plug).
The second possibility is that one part of the lever and capsule container have brake either a plastic part or a metal rod or a spring moved out of place. In this case you need a new capsule container which you can find in this link.
Here is also you machine parts diagram.
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My Delonghi N95 Nespresso machine
on a N95 fill the water container and take it off the machine if it leaks its just the red seal on the botton but if thats not it put the water container back on full of water,let it sit for a bit,it wil leak out the front or side it will be the dark grey seal in the base were the outlet of the water container sits in, I found this with vmine anyway,it was hard to see it leaking but was a pain in the but!! i will talk to Delonghi or pull the seal out and match one the same
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