Question about Gaggia Platinum Vogue 90800 Espresso Machine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The amount of water will vary with the strength of coffee selected.
On the front control under the cup symbol is 3 beans,pressing these will increase strength .
All bean lights on strong.
All details should be in the manual or available online.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
Just use the whole bean. Using pre ground coffee through your grinder will screw the blades completely.
However if you have a decaff option that allows you to put coffee directly into the brewer that would be ok........just dont put it into your hopper that feeds the grinder.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
Some times The steam knob may be slightly open. Twist the steam wand knob towards you, firmly, to a fully closed position.Check Pressure releif valve, the fill water inlet is on.Block in solenoid valve.
if still persist the pressure gauge should be replaced.I had a case where the Espresso had pressure built in and it may blow out.So please call the service man for your safety.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2011
you should take out the knob first, than you try to disasembke the SHAFT of valve from the valve body, in this types(small espresso coffe machines) usualy producer use conical valve, without seals she close metal to metal, when you get out the SHAFT you will see one line on the conical end. for repairing it will be enough to visit one metal vorkery where they will take a small amount of brass from end and polish it. then you put it back and work again with your machine.
During assembling valve change 2 o rings and put one fitting 1/4'' to block the shaft coming out.
ps: notice you only polish the SHAFT , dont let them to short the more than 0.5 mm
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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