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Gaggia espresso dose leaking water from group head

I have gaggia espresso dose for almost 5 years and i have the above problem, the leaking is from group head even without press the brew button. if i press the button to warm up the machine in order to make some steam for milk i receive a cloud of steam from group head. any suggestions or hint is welcome thanks you in advance

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SOURCE: Coffee tastes burnt/No steam for froth

so i guess our expresso you dont have that creamy topping that lack pressure descalcify not with vinegar remove caicium in chunks have a chance of blocking everything descalcifier solution melt the calcium 1part solution 1 part water fill the water with solution open the valve if some come out close it leave the solution in it for 15 minute repeat untill empty rinse very good cheers

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SOURCE: Saeco Vienna Digital Expresso Maker - brew group will not line up to fit back into espresso machine

Could be a number of reasons. If you "hear" the brew group moving in one direction, stop and then move again, then the microswitches are o.k. If the sound of the movement is low and/or slow ( slower that normal), the CPU/power board may be bad and needs to be replace. If the movement is as before (same sound and movement) but not lining up, perhaps the brew drive motor is bad.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Water not coming through espresso side although steam wand works fine

you both can have same problem, solution is:

  1. low pressure of pump (or too fone grinded coffee)
  2. security valve of boiler openes to early and dont let the pump to rise pressure enough for good brewing( if it is this you can see water returning back to container if you have 2nd pipe in your machines reservoir)

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SOURCE: Brand new Gaggia classic, no water coming through the brew head

take out screen and screen holder,and unscrew piece in head,clean with wire and try,i think its your head plugged out.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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SOURCE: gaggia baby espresso machine - water comes out of

Remove shower and screw, then run brew button, if that works clean shower, if not remove allen wrench screws and clean diffuser and valve on spirng.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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