Question about Dualit 84024 Espresso Machine
Made a cup of expresso and steamed the milk. Did not remember to turn know clockwise and shut off steam. It just fizzled out. Went to make cup the following morning and could not turn knob to closed position (arrow should be at top when steam valve is closed, but in my case the arrow remains on the right side - open position and will not move).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pavoni, no steam from steam wand
Unplug the machine. just unscrew the nut of the steam shaft. Take out the shaft by turning anti-clockwise the plastic knob until the whole shaft comes out. clean the inside of the attached shaft with a small wire brush. rinse under running water until water comes out the other end. try to straighten the bent shaft (one with the plastic knob) put it all back. The shaft that
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
We just had the very same issue and I went back to the product directions--we took things apart and thoroughly cleaned everything, especially each part of the sleeve. Once we put it back together we sat it next to the sink and ran it on steam with the water/steam going into the sink until it was running cleanly with a good steady flow. Fixed!! I'm so pleased because we love this machine...I'm totally addicted! Good luck.
Posted on May 11, 2008
Here is the link to the part that you need to change. http://cerinicoffee.com/Saeco_steam_valve_plastic_italia.asp
For Saeco Parts and Cleaning supplies visit www.cerinicoffee.com
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
HI Folks, I had the same problem and I have found a solution that worked for me. I took a look at the circuit board (I am an electrical engineer) and I could see an ever so slight buildup on the circuits behind the chips. It looked like some water or steam dripped back there. Then with some effort I was able to peel the circuit board off the glue and wash the back of the board where the solder is with clean water and a gentle brush (all circuit boards are actuall washed after they are made) then I dried it by placing it in the sun. After and hour, I put the board back in and presto the "thumping" and steam were back !. I hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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