Krups XP9000 won't recognise water tank is full
I have just had the same problem with my Krups XP7240 and I discovered (quite by accident!) that it was the magnetic float inside the water tank which was causing it. I think the float must have let some water in and always stayed on the bottom even when the tank was full. As the float was in an enclosed plastic column it was a bit hard to access, but through sheer desperation I snapped a plastic fork in half and wedged the handle section under the float to keep it off the bottom and this works nicely. It is not professional by any means but I was quite pleased with my innovation :)
The only down side to this 'method' is that the opposite is now true and when the tank is empty it doesn't register so you would really have to keep an eye on the water level to avoid killing the element completely.
I would imagine that the only professional way to get this sorted out is to replace the tank (or float if it is accessible?). Good luck!!
on Jul 16, 2019
Ice Cream not freezing
Yes, they stop working sometimes. Same thing happened to me.
The Cuisinart ICE-20 bowl is precisely the same, and works with the Krups 337. You can buy the Cuisinart bowl separately. It costs nearly as much as the whole machine, but what can you do.
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on Jun 17, 2019
Nespresso machine will not turn on
my dear sir it looks that you had some internal leaking .due to this the water went on to the electric parts . now you need to fest dry it properly then plug it in again and make sure it doesn't leak again if not check there is two thermal fuse on the ac supply sow make sure you unplug first see that you do the same as type if this get blown again then you have to change the pcb
on Apr 08, 2019
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