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The Owner' s Instructions for your CC80 can be found here:

http://dl.owneriq.net/3/334f817e-6ca6-4752-a5bf-540d618a7178.pdf

You may want to print a copy and save; DeLonghi sells copies for $4.99.

Refer to pages 8 and 9 for cleaning and descaling instructions.

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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you should have done whats below, it may need to be done twice...last but not least..you have to put more fresh water in to remove the taste

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I teied to find an answer for you and went to their website. Theys ay that the brewer needs to be descaled. The link below will bring you to thier site and I also pasted the excerpt below. It should still be under warranty too I think if you have only had it for six months. I pasted their number below.

http://www.keurig.com/help/faq.asp#brewer10


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I was able to fix the problem after reading your post.

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