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asked by O. Kuzmin on May 19, 2011
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I think it may be the Turkish grind that you are using. My understanding is that the Turkish grind is almost powdered coffee, and that could cause it to drip more slowly. You may want to try it as an espresso grind, which is slightly less fine.
rarelydothis answered on May 29, 2011
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Also make sure you can see light through those filter holes. The manual says you may have to use a pin to open them up. I found this was true on my machine.
Malcolm Whitford answered on July 16, 2011
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Joe M answered on January 19, 2015
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Turkish grind is powdered, which is too fine for espresso machines; it clogs up the holes. To avoid this use an espresso filter (a small disc similar material to a normal coffee filter) or an espresso-grind coffee.
Wayfinder answered on December 30, 2014
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