Question about Bialetti Moka Easy 6-Cup Espresso Machine
My coffee maker does not start to boil the water when I connect it to the electric charging stand and pressed the 'boil' button. The orange light on the machine is very faint. I am pretty sure that the problem is not with the charging stand, because I connected my friend's coffee maker to it and it started to boil the water. I spoke to a retailer of these machines and he told me that Bialetti has had quite a few problems with this model. I would like to know whether I can repair it by replacing a part of the coffee machine, or should I just throw it out.
I hope you can offer some advice
As you explain i understood that heating element is in defect. Even if you don't find replacement in part DO NOT THROW IT. only remove electrical parts and you use it in direct heat , with gas or fire. buon apetit.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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