Question about Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine
Disconnect from mains. 1/ Set multimeter for 200k or 1meg. 2/ on plug top connect between earth and one other pin. 3/ If meter shows anything but infinity, disconnect heater first then any solenoid valves, this should change the reading to infinity and indicate leaky part. If no success borrow wifes hair dryer and drive out ant dampness in wiring especially insulation in intimate contact with machine frame. Franko
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