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It sounds like one or more of your gaskets has failed it depends where its leaking and steaming from. I find a parts list is helpful in identifying where the problem might be the best I could find on the net for yours is a austrralian website that has on line parts diagrams apparently a lot of the parts are used in a number of their machines the link is
You can do it one of 2 ways, if the machine has a display then you can go through the program mode by removing the face cover on the display and pressing the programing button then navigating to the dose setting menu, then select a button and change the numbers there. Note the numbers are not ounces rather flowmeter cycles. Second way is to hold down the stop button for 8-10 secs you will notice the lights flashing and you will hear a faint beeping every second, press the button to program then hit stop when you get thew correct volume, when done with all buttons hit the stop again.
This is for you....I hope this M29 will do what you need...I called he Cimbali 1-800 number and this is all they had...I tried...been working on this one for about an hour...found one in Russian....Italian...Spanish....but when I translated them and tried to paste them they came in both languages and intermingled somehow....wierd....but here you go ....I hope this helps...good luck and thanks for rating my effort....The Fang
P.S. any probs...call 1-800-724-6225 and speak to Trish. Thats 1-800-Cimbali. Take Care
Operators manual only describes how to install and set up. The Technician's manual is translated from Italian and is purposely vague. (Cimbali wants you to go to tech school). Suggest you ask for a annual preventive maintenance from your local service Cimbali dealer. You may need an overhaul/de-scaling which will be very expensive (+$1,000) in labor and parts. (mostly labor as it takes us about 40-50 hours per machine.) Hopefully you just need to change the worn parts in both groups and a vacuum valve. Good luck!