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Water leakage inside

As soon as the nespresso machine stops preparing a cup of coffee, a lot of water comes out through the pipe inside the coffee maker. It fels into the lower reservoir. After a small amount of coffee cups I have to empty the lower reservoir.It concerns a Krups Nespresso type 554A

Hope you can advice me. Thanks in advance.
Cees from Holland

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Use less water....

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