Missing Cup on Fork Failure Cause
If you are getting a "Missing Cup on Fork" failure cause, the most likely issues are simple fixes.
- First, confirm that the stack count is correct. If it is set to a different number than what is being put into the machine, it will cause this error.
- If the stack count is correct, the next most common cause of the failure is that the cup sensors are dirty. Wipe the underside of the sensor with a damp microfiber or paper towel to remove any coffee or build up. Do not use alcohol to clean as it can fog up the sensors.
- Confirm stack count is correct and try to run normally.
If this does not resolve your issue, please reach out to our Service Department
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