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How often and how do I descale my nespresso citiz? I cannot find my manual!

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I worked for Nespresso for 2 years and YOU DO NOT descale every 30 days. You will clean your machine ONCE A YEAR or every 600 capsules. You will know your capsule count via your nespresso account. A representative can relay that information

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You must descale it once a month (every 30 days).

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