Question about DeLonghi EC270 Espresso Espresso Machine
Ec270 was put away without cleaning. After 8 months I got it out of the cabinet and found white mold in the water tank and dried milk in the frothier. I was afraid to put bleach in the tank as directed by a friend. I cleaned it but I want to make sure there is no bacteria or harmful residue. Is there hope?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
NO the tank is just that a tank and you cant get into it to clean....there are many products for cleaning your coffee pot. Some coffee brewing cleaning products are made by Urnex.Buy mixing a half cup (1/2 cup as i assume espresso meaning a small tank the more vinegar you use the more cycles you'll need to remove) of vinegar with the rest water and brew once or twice 2-3 times or until its right to you.
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: delonghi milk cleaning solution
Hi - I had the same problem and found your question in a web search. I eventually found the solution I think. On this page http://www.delonghi.com.au/support/material_safety/msds_milk_clean_cofdscale.pdf if you look at page 2 under recommended dosage, it talks about mixing the solution in a 1:10 ratio with water, working the mix onto the nozzle, and then rinsing.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Saturate an old cloth with white vinegar. Alternatively, you might use petroleum jelly on the cloth to remove the mold.Pull the gasket out gently with your hands to reveal the mold and mildew buildup inside the folds of the gasket.Wipe the mold away from the gasket with the cloth. Continue working to wipe away all mold from the folds of the rubber gasket.Dry the folds of the gasket with a dry cloth when you finish removing the mold.Repeat this procedure at least once per month to prevent mold and mildew from forming. If you notice mold occurring more frequently, clean it off when you see it.
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