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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Jan 28, 2017


The connectors at the back have liquid on them use a lint free cloth to remove the liquid and the tray fault will go away. If you want to prevent this make sure that when you pour the water out the tray you pour it out the side not the back and this is how the liquid or debris gets stuck there

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Jan 22, 2017


i have this same problem any solution yet?

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Jan 06, 2017


Rinsing cycle at start up is electronically programmed function. Unplugging is a temporary solution.
Jura will not sell parts or offer any guidance.
I could look into more details to find an answer but the model Capressa 50 is not listed in my Data base.

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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Dec 30, 2016


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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Dec 08, 2016


Mine just started doing the same thing. I've always only used plain espresso beans. Only thing is I may have overfilled the hopper and packed the beans down a bit. How can I make it start grinding again?

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Dec 08, 2016


I had a similar problem. I always religiously cleaned the machine when prompted but nonetheless I reached a point where coffee quit coming out of one nozzle. I tried the suggestion to stick a wire up the nozzle to dislodge any residue that was blocking the water. That helped a little and then it did not next time. So I USED A DENTAL WATER PICK on both nozzles and that cleared up the problem completely. MUCH BETTER than wire or paperclip.

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Nov 09, 2016


Used to get the Service 8 with increasing frequency until it almost froze up. Luckily I figured out an easy solution and my 5 year old refurbished C1500 with over 4000 coffees runs like brand new. Here's how:
Take out the grounds tray and reach in to pull back the flap up above where the grounds fall. There is a piston and cylinder thingy behind the flap kind of like a car piston. Take a wad of wet paper towel and shove it up there to clean it out. Then use a dry towel to dry it. Now the secret solution: Take a can of spray pam and point it at the piston and cylinder with the flap pulled back. Give it a couple good shots. Now you just need to get the machine to work that in between the piston and cylinder walls by running the rinse cycle until it frees up. You may have to run it a few times then unplug and let it cool for a couple hours and run it again. The motor overheats if the piston is really stuck so you need to let it cool down. Apparently this is lubricated at the factory with a FDA approved food grease from Dow Corning that needs to be replenished but hey no one is going to die from a little vegetable oil. Some day if it even hints at happening again (It has been 3 months now) I know what to do. Cheers!

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 29, 2016


Hello, what I have found is the most common cause of water leaking out of the bottom of the capresso team coffee maker is a leaking silicone hose that runs to the boiler (See the photo below with the split in the hose). The replacement silicone hose needs to be safe for beverage dispensing, food & dairy processing, taste and odor-free, with a temperature range of -75? to 350? F. All you need is a sharp pick, a phillips screwdriver, and a pair of needle nose pliers. Remove the four rubber pads on the bottom using the pick. Use the screwdriver to remove the six screws holding the bottom plate on. Remove and replace "BOTH" hoses using the needlenose pliers to pinch the hose clamps. Better to play it safe while you have it apart. If one is bad the other is likely not far behind. I hope this helps. acccadfd-0d5d-4c31-b1b9-a56192db9bc2.jpg

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 25, 2016


Check to see if there is a lever that may need pushed in as you put the tray bad in...not sure as many of the machines are different...but it's worth a try! :)

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016


Once coffee is extracted, its passage from the brew group to the cup is a simple gravity flow. There is no pressure to push its flow.
Layers of dried coffee clog the passage. In your machine this is advanced clogging or the water is not passing through the coffee and being drained into the tray.
To prevent this, use rinse cycle every day after coffee making is completed.
Descale the machine using Manual descaling method.
Do not use Filter cartridges as the same are expensive & ineffective.
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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016


Two to three teaspoonful water overflow after each espresso is normal. That is why the tray is there.

If water collection in the tray is excessive and programmed espresso is smaller, then there is cause for worry.

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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016


Jura does not allow access to internal parts for cleaning. Brew group is the dirtiest part as it deals with complicated movements to make coffee.
Error 8 means the brew group is not returning to start position after it completes entire cycle to make coffee.
Jura recommends to remove drip tray. Using a thin cloth, insert the hand all the way under the machine. You will feel access to the bottom of the brew group. Wipe clean the bottom of brew group as best as you can. There will be lot of coffee powder (wet & dry) that is partially responsible to prevent brew group return to start position.
A better method is to open the machine using special key. Clean & lubricate the brew group. every two months. This will prevent Fungus and Bacteria growth. .
Instruction videos are posted on You tube channel "Parts Guru USA"
Use the link below to order the special key. Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988 Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988

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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016


The hooks in the lid are tricky to remove without breaking. It is best to remove the top cover. To do so you need special key to open the machine. Order the special key from the link below.
Watch the video posted on You tube channel "Parts Guru USA".

Descale the machine every three months using manual descaling.
Jura instructions are misleading and create unnecessary error messages. Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988 Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/edward_bbd2c7ff4ee1828a

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016


This error is because:
1- Flow meter is blocked & not sending signal of water flow.

2- Entire hydraulic system is filled with Calcium deposits and slowed down flow of water.
Solution:
1- Open the machine and manually clean flow meter. It is located between the water tank & the pump.
2- Follow this by manually descaling the machine. Seelink. Do not use automatic descaling method suggested by Jura.
Stop using Filter cartridges as the machine reminders for descaling are silenced by use of filters. Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/edward_bbd2c7ff4ee1828a

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016

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