Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
The bottom tray won't slide into my d?longhi magnifica. I feel like the little black box that says "push" is too low. But, that won't budge either. Idk, you tell me what's wrong.
Hi there, I have the same type of coffee maker. I have had problems with " the black thing push". Back to the tray. Take the tray out and hoover the bottom and as far in as you can and under the " push". I need to hoover mine I can see now.
Posted on Aug 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think the water level is read by a magnetic pick up driven by a black floater located 3/4 way towards the back of the water tank.
Make sure this floater can move up and down in its pocket: you can see it through the walls so just shake the tank to see it move, and check that it floats up when you fill water
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
I had this problem too. The instruction manual says to turn the steam knob only half way counter-clockwise after pressing the button for 5 seconds, but you need to turn it ALL the way to have the procedure start (at least, that was the solution with my machine). Good luck!
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Yes it is possible, but here is what you have to do first, try a different outlet, that is not on same circuit , another part of house, even garage. If it still trips breaker, then more than likely it's a machine problem that is causing this. If it doesn't trip, then you can put it back where it was, but then have to maybe move other items on that circuit else where if your fond on that spot for the machine. Espresso machine have a huge surge electric demand when on heat mode. Like all kitchens they have several out let's on same circuit , if you still want it in same area, then have to move other stuff to other outlets that don't share circuit. And no you don't want to up circuit breaker to larger breaker as wires might not be rated to handle larger breaker. Let me know if my idea works, thanks mike from fixya
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
Have to up the breaker at panel that controls that line of outlet circuits, but sometimes can not do this as wires in walls that control those outlets are on same circuit and rated at a curtain size breaker. Best and safest way to solve this is plug machine on different circuit that maybe not so many other items are sharing, like if your fridge or microwave is on that same circuit (breaker) it most likely will always trip. Let me know results if this solved problem, thanks Mr Bean Man
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
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