Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Problems with the steame that is leaking. Can I repair myself? If yes, how. Or is it going to cost me a lot if a go on St-Laurent in montreal to get my machine repaired? I'm 45 away from there.
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You have to open the top of the machine, then you have to take of the left side on the machine.
Now you will see the steam valve in the left corner, loosen the screw and take off the little printed circuit card, then you have two more screw to loosen. Take off the steam valve and in the edge you have a clip, loosen this and the one in the top where the pin is, take out the little pin in the steam valve and you will see the two gasket you have to replace.
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