Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
It heats up and pressure builds inside the unit, but no steam comes out when I push the button on top.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: baby gaggia steamer doesn't work
Does the machine brew hot coffee? If yes, then remove the parnello and clean the holes at the end of the steam wand. If that does not solve problem, then it is blocked where valve is connected to boiler, Try descaling machine. If no then the thermostat on the boiler has tripped and needs to be reset.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
SOURCE: No steam release
I solved the problem, the metal (hot!) release rod gets stuck & needs a little push.
Unfasten the top by prying off the rubber gasket after removing the top. Remove the 2 small phillips screws, then remove the front that holds the nozzle, & remove those 2 phillips screws.
Carefully pry up the top with a putty knife, inside you will see the tip of a metal piston that the plastic release knob is supposed to contact. Set it on its front, & soak the piston with a light household or sewing oil, giving it a few taps with a blunt object occassionaly to loosen, heat up & test before reassembling, but remember, the piston is very hot. When you push on the piston with a screwdriver, it should release the steam, but also stop when you let go. Work with it a little & it will come back to life.
Posted on Nov 08, 2007
Your steam valve may be clogged. Check out http://cerinicoffee.com/Saeco_vienna_steam_valve_kit.asp
Also make sure your have been descaling and cleaning your machine properly. http://cerinicoffee.com/clean_descale_coffee_equipment_instructions.asp
Posted on Nov 23, 2007
hello take the pipe put it in a solution of calcium remover leave it in for a couple a day calcium in pipe is like concrete after a day or so try to pass a steel wire in it the calcium gonna get softer everything gonna come of after take the same product fill the machine run the machine with it for a good clean up most of the people loose good expresso machine because of hard water a clean up every few month it gonna work good and our coffee gonna be warmer .p.s when you use special cleaner rinse the machine very good the cleaner is very corrosif cheers
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
if you could remove the pipe put the pipe in a solution to remove the calcium in thr pipe dry calcium is like concrete dip it and use a piece of wire to clean cheers
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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