Question about Jura Capresso ENA 4 (13421)

Open Question

Flow of coffee is very slow and sputtering despite regular cleaning and decalcifying with Jura products.

Posted by Anonymous on

Ad

6 Suggested Answers

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of.(from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones)
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
Goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Ad
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: Jura Capresso Problem

check out this link:
http://www.kuntze.de/E/index.htm

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

Ad
protek480
  • 1714 Answers

SOURCE: I have a Jura S9A that is about 2 years old,

It's all plugged with 'lime scale'. That's the white stuff that builds up from hard water. Regular vinegar run through at least two cycles will clear it, then a couple with fresh water to rinse it. That will bring it back to normal flow!

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

  • 13 Answers

SOURCE: How do I disassemble and clean the brew unit motor

I have some good instructions I downloaded from www.kaffeestudio.com . They are in German, but with many pics. If you are technically adept, then it is really no prblem. You should put in new o'rings and lubricate with the food grade silicon grease before reassembly, otherwise it won't be long before you are doing it again. Give yourself about 3 hours to perform this task the first time. One thing to remember. The cleaning tablets tend to strip the lubrication from the brew units, subsequently binding up the brew unit, sometimes tearing the o'rings and giving the malfunction 8. Plan on this being an ongoing maintenance exercise. Plan on at least once every year or two to have to do this.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

  • 60 Answers

SOURCE: Hi,

This is a really strange error, but it makes some sense if you own a S9 One Touch model. Then there`s a problem with the squeezing valve located behind the steam/cappuccino outlet. If this is an older model, then it could be a problem with the ceramic valve, but normally this makes the water flud all over the frontpanel and inside. In both cases, i would recommend to send the machine to the nearest servicecenter.

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

  • 10 Answers

SOURCE: Problem for Jura Capresso C1000 Espresso &

save a bundle, URNEX makes cafiza tablets, buy them by the 60 tabs or larger containers. Use them frequently and give some to friends. I've used them for years. find them online.

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Jura impressa s8, the display shows" please wait" and doesn't switch to the Coffee Ready.


This error is because:
1- Flow meter is blocked & not sending signal of water flow.

2- Entire hydraulic system is filled with Calcium deposits and slowed down flow of water.
Solution:
1- Open the machine and manually clean flow meter. It is located between the water tank & the pump.
2- Follow this by manually descaling the machine. Seelink. Do not use automatic descaling method suggested by Jura.
Stop using Filter cartridges as the machine reminders for descaling are silenced by use of filters. Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988

Apr 22, 2016 | Jura Capresso Impressa S8 Coffee Maker,...

1 Answer

While decalcifying the water comes out of the frother in intervals as it should but it does not come out of the spouts.


I have 3 different coffee machines and all 3 are descaling like you said using only the froter so that is normal .... Unless you misstyped the question

Sep 30, 2015 | Jura Capresso Impressa F7 Espresso Machine

1 Answer

WATER LEAKS BOTTOM OF UNIT WHEN IS MAKING COFFEE ALSO, HOW DO YOU DECALCIFY UNIT? iS THERE AN ON LINE MANUAL?


Hi,
Below are solutions for a leaking coffee maker and how to decalcify the machine?
Tools and Materials needed to fix this problem are as:
* White Vinegar * Fresh Water * Volt-ohm Meter * Screwdriver
Step 1 - Clean
If your coffee maker seems to be clogged, try cleaning it with a mixture of white vinegar and water. Assuming that your coffee maker has a 12 cup capacity you will want to use 11 cups of vinegar and 1 cup of water. Fill the coffee pot to the 11 cup mark with vinegar and then fill it to the 12 cup mark with water.
Pour this mixture into the reservoir and turn on the coffee maker, allowing it to run through a brewing cycle as if you were making a pot of coffee. By doing this you will dissolve any build up in your coffee maker. If the coffee maker is leaking because the pump is clogged, then this might clear the clog and stop the leaking. If it has been a while since you last cleaned your coffee maker, you may need to run the vinegar through more than one cleaning cycle to dissolve all of the buildup.
Step 2 - Pump Valve
Unplug the coffee maker and examine the pump valve. If the pump valve is broken or has a clog, then the water will not be able to rise up and flow through the fill tube. When the coffee maker is turned on, the water needs to go someplace. If it cannot flow through the fill tube, then it may leak onto the countertop. If the pump in your coffee maker is sealed, you will need to replace the whole pump. If the pump is not sealed you should check it to ensure it is not clogged with coffee grounds or mineral deposits.
Step 3 - Brew Switch
Examine the brewing switch to ensure that is working. To get to the brewing switch, remove the base plate. Next, you will need to test the switch with your volt-ohm meter. Touch the tester to the RX1 scale. If it reads 0 ohms then you will know that the switch works fine. If it gives you a number other than 0 then it is time to replace the switch.
Step 4 - Tube Connectors
If the coffee maker is leaking or sputtering then you should take a look at the tube connectors. Many times, a leaky coffee maker is caused by faulty tube connectors. If you find the leak is in an elbow, clean the surfaces before you replace it. If the tube connector leaks, replace both the tube and the elbow so that you can be sure the pieces will both fit together properly.
To decalcify, you will be needing a : decalcifying cleaner and A container large enough to hold the same quantity of liquid as your water reservoir
1) Remove the machine's water reservoir. 2) Empty all liquid from the reservoir. 3) Fill the reservoir with warm water. 4) Add one packet of the recommended cleaner to the full reservoir and stir until the cleaner is dissolved. 5) Return the water reservoir to the machine. 6) Turn the machine on. 7) Set the large container underneath the steam wand. 8) Set up your machine so that hot water -NOT steam-will be emitted from the steam wand when the steam valve is opened. 9) Open the steam valve according to the manufacturer's instructions. 10) After all of the decalcifying solution has drained into the large container (within a few minutes this will occur), remove it and discard the liquid that has been collected. 11) Rinse the water reservoir thoroughly and then fill it with the type of water you usually use for brewing. 12) Return the water reservoir to its normal position. 13) Using only water repeat steps 7 through 9 until the water reservoir is empty again.
I hope the above helps....
Good luck.

Jun 22, 2011 | Jura Capresso Impressa S8 Coffee Maker,...

1 Answer

Is there an easier was to decalcify the capresso 3000 than taking apart the whole machine. The directions say you have to remove the auto cappuccino assembly


Yes
You should run the decalcify program with the JURA decal tablets or DURGOL. Do not use other agents.
See page 25 of user manual.

---


Please dont forget to vote this answer was helpful

Many thanks

------



Feb 14, 2011 | Jura Capresso C3000 Espresso & Coffee...

1 Answer

On the screen it is written decalcifying.How do I fix this?


This is a pretty sophisticated coffee maker.. the manual goes into great detail about set up for entering water hardness and descaling messages. There is a discussion about the decalcifying procedure, but none the mentions a decalcifying message.

You should re-read the manual and possibly re-enter the programming again. The manual is available for free, here. Pay particular attention to sections 15, 16a, 20c and 22. These sections are only a paragraph long, but will help explain the filters, decalcify procedure and decalcification tablets.

Please rate this reply - thanks!



Dec 03, 2010 | Jura Capresso Impressa E8 Espresso/Coffee...

1 Answer

I have a Jura S9A that is about 2 years old, brewed about 1600 cups. Regular filter changes/cleanings. When I brew a coffee, it dribbles out, but makes a full cup of coffee. It also has trouble getting a...


It's all plugged with 'lime scale'. That's the white stuff that builds up from hard water. Regular vinegar run through at least two cycles will clear it, then a couple with fresh water to rinse it. That will bring it back to normal flow!

Oct 10, 2009 | Jura Capresso Impressa S9 Coffee...

1 Answer

Jura capressa F7 steam milk problem


You should decalcify, when you steam the milk some what gets through to the steam and the build up of these minerals causes the issue

Aug 11, 2009 | Jura Capresso C1000 Espresso & Coffee...

1 Answer

Jura Capresso Problem


check out this link:
http://www.kuntze.de/E/index.htm

May 12, 2007 | Jura Capresso Impressa E75 Espresso &...

Not finding what you are looking for?
Jura Capresso ENA 4 (13421) Logo

Related Topics:

82 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Jura Capresso Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines Experts

The Knight
The Knight

Level 3 Expert

74496 Answers

Colin Stickland
Colin Stickland

Level 3 Expert

22246 Answers

Ken Macumber
Ken Macumber

Level 1 Expert

11 Answers

Are you a Jura Capresso Coffee Maker and Espresso Machine Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...