27 Aug '14, 4pm

QuickMill Andreja, Rande Shaffer

First, it is imperative that your water hardness is at the proper level. The documentation with the machine indicates a maximum of 50 parts per million. I suggest you invest in a water hardness meter which is about $15 on Amazon to make sure you have the correct hardness. I use bottled drinking water which is reverse osmosis treated and has about 15 PPM and simply mix in a bit of tap water to get to the 50 PPM level. You can also use test strips but the small meter is more exact. If the hardness is not monitored regularly, your machine will die an early death so please take heed of this advice. De scaling will not be necessary (nor is advised by Chris Coffee) if the hardness is at 50 PPM or thereabouts. Having said all this, the following are my observations: There is no water limit line on the inside of the reservoir, so if it is filled close to the top then water will sp...

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