Question about Espresso RMI La Cimbali Espresso Machine
My husband insists on turning off our espresso machine at night at our coffee house, thus reducing our electric bill. Is this a good idea or not? It takes awhile to get the shot correct after that in the morning.
Turning off an espresso machine at night is a bad idea. There are many gaskets and seal's that mate to different types of metal surfaces all of which contract and expand at different rates when hot or cold. If you keep doing this you will eventually break the seals.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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clear problem from scale builds up in the boiler. The scale layer is acting as
an insulation layer which is reducing the efficiency of the heating element to
the boiler and also reducing the water capacity thus also the steam production
should first try to de-scale your machine three four times with intervals of
three days from each de-scale. Try also to perform the de-scale very slowly
like when you will flash the water solution from the water reservoir take about
30 minutes why drawing a coffee cup every five minutes. With this way you have
very good chance to remove a lot of scale and you machine heating efficiency to
be increased. If after the above procedure you have no difference then you need
a new boiler which is one unit with elements and sensor.
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