I've got a DeLonghi bean-to-cup machine (ESAM 2600), which I find decent in overall. But there is one very annoying issue: not all of the grounds make it from the basket into the internal waste bin. Instead, some of them get scattered over the insides and add extra pain to the cleaning procedure. I feel like this misbehaviour first became noticable with age (can't say exactly, but roughly past the third year of its life), and kept slowly worsening.
I can't seem to find much discussion of the problem. Does anyone know about this machine or bean-to-cups more generally, why they'd do it and whether there's a fix?
(...Or maybe they just don't live that long?)