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Problems with coffee machines when making coffee

Incorrect grind size, insufficient coffee in the filter and poor quality water are three of the most common causes of a weak cup of coffee. Here's how to eliminate them

Size of coffee ground too finely - coffee ground too finely can easily block the water flow through the filter. This results in a bitter, pungent taste. To ensure proper production of coffee grounds, use a coarser grind and adjust accordingly.

Coffee quantity - too little coffee can result in an underproduced cup. Be sure to measure the coffee carefully before brewing.

Water quality - poor water quality can also affect the taste of coffee. It is recommended to use a filter to remove chlorine and other impurities. If you have to use tap water, boil it first to evaporate all chemicals.

These are just some of the tips that can help you brew a better cup of coffee. Experiment with your brewing method and adjust the grind size, the amount of coffee and the quality of the water until you get the perfect coffee. With a little trial and error, you'll be able to get the most out of your coffee machine!