Question about KitchenAid KPES100PM Espresso Machine
Undo the screw in the middle of the grille where coffee is brewed, under that there are 2x allen head screws. Take them out and lever that circular aluminium disk vigorously until it comes free. It will be very very tight, once you have it out you will be able to lever out the huge group gasket. Clean everything and reassemble, holes in that aluminium disk will be quite blocked and may need to be drilled to clean them. Don't do the grille screw up too tight, it only makes it harder next time.
Posted on Dec 06, 2013
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