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Brand of milk definitely matters... Here in Canada I used Sealtest 1% when I first used it and the froth was thick light and luxurious. Then one week picked up Neilsen 1% and found it produced absolutely ZERO froth. Back to Sealtest...back to froth. Milk brand matters....but don't know why.

Nespresso... | Answered on Mar 12, 2019


Turn the machine off and unplug it from the wall for 10 seconds. It may just have a capsule stuck inside. Doing this will get the machine to eject any capsules when it is turned back on.

Nespresso C100B... | Answered on Feb 17, 2019


needs a new inlet valve , we do not fix things here physically

Nespresso Citiz... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019


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Nespresso Coffee... | Answered on Feb 07, 2019


These machines are designed to use only Nespresso capsules. The UMilk, particularly, is susceptible to jamming if so-called "compatible" capsules are used, as the capsule is pierced electroncally, not manually as in most of the Nespresso range of machines.
Hope this helps, Rob.

Nespresso U D50... | Answered on Feb 07, 2019


After speaking with Nespresso, I suspect that the previous answers are coincidences rather than solutions. The issue, according to Nespresso (and which I've now confirmed through testing) is that the Citiz tends to overheat when you run this much water through it. You will notice that the blinking lights go from a fast blink to a slower blink when this happens. At this point, you need to simply wait for the machine to cool down - eventually, the lights will switch back to a fast blink, and you can now take it out of descaling mode or run another batch of water through it. Nespresso says this takes about 5 minutes - in my experience, it's closer to 10 (I haven't timed it, but it's slow to cool). So patience is the rule of the day!

Nespresso Citiz... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019


We had the same thing, and I think it has to do with overheating as well.
After about two goes of frothing hot milk, a little bit of burnt milk residue had formed on the bottom of the jug. I think that "fools" the temperature sensor, and makes it "think" the milk is hot before the frothing time is up (then shuts the machine off, blinking the red light).
As soon as I cleaned the bottom of the jug (had to scrape it with my nails after leaving water in for a while), all systems were "go" again......
My remedy: rinse the jug quickly with cold water after each use, making sure the bottom stays clean!

Nespresso... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019


I just had the same problem with my new (less than one month use) Nespresso U. (the top of the capsule doesnt puncture and only water comes through). I called Nespresso customer service and a very helpful man suggested I run water through three times by pushing the top slider open with the Longa button pushed and then closed without a capsule in the chamber. That released the air bubble and now I am enjoying a wonderful cappuccino again! The customer service is fabulous, there was never a suggestion of charging me and I was told that Nespresso will send me a free loaner machine if anything goes wrong in the future that can be readily fixed over the phone. The Nespresso U is the best thing I ever bought.

Nespresso C100B... | Answered on Jan 30, 2019


try soaking milk steam outlet wand in boiling water for a couple of hours use a tall jug that the milk wand can sit in the boiling water . Milk would have gone hard .

Nespresso... | Answered on Dec 10, 2018


Try descaling, if the element is covered with scale it wont produce enough heat and pressure.

The machine is Krups, and therefore should be covered with one year warranty. Call the number listed on the user manual, or find contact from websites below:

Coffee & Espresso Machines - Small Domestic Appliances - Krups

Home - Krups UK

Nespresso... | Answered on Dec 05, 2018

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