Krups Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Red light flashing does not turn to green on dolce
Same thing just happened to my Dolce Gusto Piccolo. It was off for 2-3 weeks, and after turning on, the light just kept blinking red forever. I tried pulling out water reservoir and putting it back repeatedly for a few dozen times (saw somewhere that air should be pumped out of the system), but It didn't help. Then I plugged out the power cord from the wall socket (while the machine was on), and plugged it back after a few seconds. Turned the Piccolo on, and it worked (blinked red shortly and turned green). Maybe it has something to do with induced current. And maybe pulling the water reservoir actually helped :)
on Dec 30, 2018
Can not remove capsule and lever stuck
I had a similar problem, and it was down to high pressure remaining in the machine preventing the lever from releasing. You can test this by pressing the capsule in the machine (which will be much more solid than normal).
To fix, all you need to do is make a hole in the stuck capsule. I did this by drilling a small hole in the side of the capsule.
That releases the pressure (and a little spurt of coffee!), and the lever will release.
on Dec 21, 2018
Krups EA8108 70/70F factory reset. thaks
Try this, remove the tank, the drip tray, the bin on the side and the sliding thing above the bin. Hold down the on and steam buttons while plugging the machine into a live socket, it's either that or the same again but holding down the on button and the program button while plugging it in. You will get a screen that says something like " Remis a something vende" which is French for put it into sale state, you choose "Oui" for yes. It's been a long time since I've done one but that's as best as I can recall. It will zero the coffee counters as well.
on Nov 23, 2018
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