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I have an Astoria Argenta SAE1 Jun espresso machine. It has started tripping the circuit breaker. It does this when it has reached operating pressure (or nearly so). It does this without anyone touching it. When it happens there is a thump sound. It seems that the frame is vibrating - something like water hammer. Can you tell me which part is failing?

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Your problem could be one or two items (element or pressure stat or both). Remove the screw in the top of the P.stat(black or gray rectangle box with electrical wire going in from bottom about 4-6 inches long), lift the cover and check the terminals(turn power off). Make sure that there are no loose connections on the terminals.
On the element remove the wires that are connected to it and test with an Ohmsmeter.

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