Question about Lavazza Espresso Point Capsule Machine
I have a dead machine and was told it is the fuse but I can not find it anywhere in the machine. Can anyone help?
Lavazza Point Espresso machine fuse location.
On the exterior rear of the espresso machine, where the electrical plug connects to the unit there is a small 250v fusible link receptacle behind a plastic cover lid directly to the left of the plug terminal. Disconnect the plug (it is a female connection that can easily pull out) Gently pry open the fuse compartment and remove the two fuses for inspection. The fuse lid door does not open completely. Beware not to damage the lid door by using excessive force. If fuse link is separated, replace it with a new 250v fuse. such item can be found at any hardware store or local radio shack .... H2o4nyc
Posted on Oct 17, 2011
If you go to the plug and the machine meet. pull out the plug and attached to the machine (where the plug goes into) if you pull this black out of the machine. Located in there are two small fuses', looking at them you will noticed if they are burned out or not. Pick up new ones at home depot.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
Sounds like a clogged steam pipe or a jammed two-way valve. First, I would try unfolding a small paper clip and then stick it up the spout of the steam pipe. if this does not free up the steaming arm then it is most likely a clogged two way valve. Should you need service you can call 781-393-2929. we are an authorized lavazza distributor and service center
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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