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Hi There is a seal on top of the machine under the water tank. To get to it, remove the water tank, and set aside. There is a large doughnut shaped cap on top of the machine. Slip a screwdriver on the outside edge of the cap and pry up gently. When it snaps up, go to the other side of the cap and do the same. There is a black seal in the center and if you stick your finger in the center and it lifts out, it need to be replaced. Clean any residue inside the opening with a Q-tip. When you get the new seal, it won?t slip in. Insert it at a slight angle (double lips down), then take your finger nail and run it around the bottom edge of the seal until it slips in, then push down. Snap the cap back on and your set to go.
Me too! They ordered me a new milk pitcher from Italy. Didn't work. They told me to run it through some tests using water in pitcher. Didn't work. They then told me to send it in to a Delonghi repair shop. They just told me that it was all "clogged up" and also needed a new generator. The tow are linked together. We descaled fairly regularly. Total tab: $380! OUch! Have not told them to go ahead. seaching for cheaper solutions. Let me know if you hear of any. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Look on the web, chris322. if you don't find a repair center for Breville in your area, try other main brands like saeco, et al. they may laugh & tell you to buy a better machine; at the very least expect to spend a bit to fix it. don't rule out the possibility of a bad knob or loose wire, though. i suggest checking out ebay or craigslist. starbucks barista machines usually go for $200-$250, and if you buy one used face-to-face and it's working, it will most likely continue working for long while. try finding a heating element to replace it, and call around to electrical repair shops to see if they'll put in it for you. good luck to you!
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211 W, Main St
La Porte, TX 77571
281 470 6555
I just picked up my repaired Saeco expresso machine. The people that work here are very professional and spent a lot of time with me showing me how to properly clean my machine. It was about a 30 minute drive east from my house near the Galleria but it was WELL worth it. I say that as I sip on some homemade Latte - yummy!
This is confusing to me. This is called priming the pump and not releasing air.
The noise you were experiencing could be from the grind of your coffee is too fine not allowing proper water flow. Remove the portafilter/handle, push brew button - and if the water comes down like rain, there is nothing wrong with the machine - it has to do with the grind, and your grinder may need a adjustment.
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