Question about Breville Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
am looking at buying an espresso maker for our motorhome and want to be able to run it off an invertor. What are the watts and amps that the above machine uses and also do you have an idea on how long it would approximately take to pre-heat the unit. Also would a modified sine wave invertor be okay to use with this machine.
thanks and look forward to your reply
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Breville Die Cast 800ESXL
BrevilleUSA.com has a silicon seal (steam ring) to replace faulty or worn ones. There is no shipping charge, and they are $4 each. To replace the steam ring you'll need to remove the stainless spray disk on the brew head with a phillips screwdriver (one screw) and pull off the old ring (pay attention to the direction and placement of the stainless disk). Takes about 2 minutes to do.
Part # .800ESXL/192
Also, on mine I noticed that the filter holder was ground down at the factory a bit too much on one side, which causes a slight leak down one side (coffee, not water). You might check the holder (with the filter removed) for imperfections that could lead to your leak. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
We had that happen and it was a crack in the black ring that holds the filter. Breville could not supply us with one but we found an OEM part in aluminum from http://www.vancouverwireedm.com/caferomadiyt.htm. We received it 1 week after ordering. It was pretty easy to replace. Our machine works fine now.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
SOURCE: Delonghi EC 155 general help
You don't have to wait 15 mins. just a few minutes, then run some hot water to warm up the portafilter and dry it up, fill it up with coffee and when you get the gree light again, make your espresso . You will have to have a good fine coffee and make sure to pack the coffee really good and don't leave any around the edges , so could make a good seal. If you have steam coming out of the machine , is maybe to hot and is ready to brew . Cool down the machine after use, run water through it and let the steam out of the nozzle.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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