If your Senseo machine is having operating problems such as a problem with the flow of coffee or it turns off on its own, it may be because your Senseo machine is scaled up. In this case, here is the procedure to follow to descale the coffee maker:
1. Do a descaling with white vinegar.
Take 25 cl of vinegar which you mix with water to the brim and run the machine until the tank is empty.
This should normally be done every 50 uses as the hole in the pod receptacle is often blocked.
2. If the problem persists, it may be due to a mechanical problem, often due to a pump malfunction.
Try to take the coffee maker apart and put it back together.
3. If the problem is with the buttons, liquid may have seeped into the electrical circuits and causing short circuits.
You can try the ultimate solution without touching the electronic components of the machine by trying the Senseo coffee maker reset procedure . To do this, unplug the machine, press the "One cup" button, keep your finger pressed on it and reconnect your Senseo coffee maker. Wait a minute and try to operate your coffee maker again.
If the problem is still not resolved, it is likely that one of the capacitors is out of order. The easiest way if you are not a handyman is to return your coffee maker to the after-sales service.