Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the most likely reason for poor flow through the brewhead is a blockage in the outlet valve.the outlet valve is behind the shower disc holding plate and can be removed with 13mm socket. a straightened paper clip needs to be insrted in the outlet to clear any internal blockage,then pump water through. if the outlet valve splits in two ensure the rubber bung is inserted upwards.once refitted all should be fine
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
This will take some time so bear with me.
The problem with the machine is most likely the solenoid valve(black or blue electrical box connected on the side of the group), for easier access remove the front panel there are about 5 screws holding it in place, 2 on the bottom and 3 on the top under-side. Disconnect or turn off the water supply. Then using a 14mm open end wrench remove the nut and the discharge pipe. Do Not remove the 4 small allen wrench screws on the brass piece connected to the machine. Now remove the electrical box over the silver pipe, and using a cressent remove the silver pipe from the brass rectangle square. Slowly open the water supply, if water shoots out then the head is clear, we will move on if not, use a pin and clean the middle hole. Check the silver pipe also there is a small plunger in there press it in if it moves freely then we are good, if not you can try soaking it in puro caff until it clears or just get a new solenoid coil. Remove the shower screen and screw in the group head, you can soak those also.
If you still cannot get water, then we will have to go deeper into the machine.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Chalk in the system, let it run a couple of times with plain vinegar. just fill the machine with about half a liter (one water container) vinegar and collect the vinegar in a cup so you can reuse it. run the full 0.5 liter, wait an hour and repeat. Than run 2 full watercontainers plain water. should work again. Cheaper than antichalk fluid and works the same
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
SOURCE: i have a faema no
Just turn on the main on/off switch wait about 20-30 min. for the machine to get up to temperature once is ready you can use it.
To make an espresso, put the espresso in the warm portafilter and push the down oce is ready push it back up.
If you need more details, Let me know
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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