4 Reasons Your Coffee Machine is Slow

Slow coffee machines are the bane of every avid coffee drinker’s existence.

There could be multiple reasons why your coffee machine is slow. Luckily, each of these issues can be resolved in one way or another. 

By far, the most common reason that your coffee machine is slow is that there is mineral buildup dragging things down.

When your coffee maker is not cleaned properly after each use, coffee articles, dust particles, mold, and other matter can get into the tubes of your coffee maker.

There are several things that can go wrong. If you put too much ground coffee in your coffee maker, it could take a long time for the water to saturate the coffee and exit the machine. 

More complicated coffee makers can malfunction in unexpected ways and require the coffee maker’s manual or the expertise of a professional.