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Oven doesn't give steam but it does reach the temp.how can i fix that?


First locate the water solenoid valve. Disconnect the water line to the inlet side of the valve to make sure water is getting to the valve. Once that's verified, disconnect the outlet side of the valve. Activate the steam and verify that the valve opens and there's a good amount of water coming out of the valve. If no water comes out. Verify that the coil is getting energized with the correct voltage. If the correct voltage is present and you have no water coming out. Replace the solenoid. If everything is working then remove the left panel inside the oven to check for blockage in the steam manifold. The manifold consists of a pipe with several spray nozzles that spray water on rebar. Remove all the nozzles and activate the steam. Do this several times to purge any rust or debri. Clean the nozzles and replace them. You should be good to go.

Aug 25, 2015 | Baxter OV310G Mini Rotating Rack Gas Oven

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The steam comes out of the water reservoir cap instead of the steam Jet Nozzle.


I can only guess since I have never worked on one of these units, but I think you lost a gasket on the cap. Pressure must build in the reservoir before being forced out the nozzle.

Jul 13, 2015 | Tristar SB Steam Buggy Vacuum

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Vax leaking water & very small amount of steam


I managed to fix mine after a little effort. It was blocked well up in the nozzle into a small pinhole where the steam comes out of the 'small kettle' in the steam mop.
To fix:
  • take the blue side bit off by unscrewing the two small screws
  • Undo the screws inside (there are about 11)
  • Once these were undone there was two screws holding the nozzle cover.
  • After unscrewing these pull the nozzle cover of and scrape limescale from inside the small hole where the steam comes out
  • Put it all back together and it should work much better
You should only really do this if you are competent as there are lots of wires etc. and if your steam mop is not covered under warranty as messing around with it will void this.

Hope this helps :)

Aug 16, 2014 | Vax S2s Bare Floor Pro Steam Mop With...

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Electrolux z380 steam cleaner issue


Try this:

1. empty the cleaner.
2. pour some vinegar after DISCONNECTING POWER. Shake the unit for a few minutes and now empty the cleaner and watch what comes out as you shake out vinegar.
3. pour water into the unit upto suggested level and power up after closing the top lid securely.
4. wait until the indicator light turns off (if you have one).
5. press button to see if steam comes out.
warning: Never open the top cap while the unit is powered. you may get burnt badly.
good luck

Jan 26, 2014 | Kitchen Ranges

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Lavazza does not steam


put in steam nozzle something like a long needle or something similar.

Dec 07, 2013 | Lavazza Espresso Point Capsule Machine

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Water, not steam from the nozzle


Most likely a faulty valve the lets the water come out before building the steam pressure. I have not seen a repair manual but it is not that easy to replace he valves. The valves come as a set and are made of plastic. Not that expensive but you will need to open the unit completely to replace them.

Nov 14, 2011 | Krups XP2070 10 cup Coffee Maker/15 bar...

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When I turn on the steam valve, nor hot water nor steam comes out (not one drop), it doesn't make it to the nozzle and instead it goes directly to the drip tray. Coffees dispense works...


Hi, sounds like either you have a blocked or fauly solenoid, or micro switch or the water inlet side of the boiler is bocked. This is easy to fix. You need to be able to get to the inlet on the boiler, undo the water line and drill it out using a 3mm drill bit. Dazza

Sep 15, 2011 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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When the hot water switch is pressed, no water is pumped.


group head is blocked. remove centre screw from the group head remove spring and valve, clean and re assemble.

Sep 20, 2009 | Gaggia Evolution Espresso Machine

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Ventilate shows, nothing works


There is an air lock in the hydraulic line of the machine, thats why it is calling for ventilate, if hot water valve is open and it is still calling for ventilate, then it is possible that the valve is blocked, it might be at top of the wand or at the tap rod assembly.

Jul 28, 2009 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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No steam coming out of heating nozzle for Wega


Remove the nozzle on the end of the steam wand, them open valve to see if the steam wand works, if yes use a paper clip to clear holes on nozzle, if no remove steam wand where it is connected to the valve then open wand(steam will be spraying be careful). If you have steam there then clean wand and nozzle.

Dec 16, 2008 | Wega Mininova EPU Espresso Machine

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