Question about DeLonghi Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I had a new machine for Christmas and my first few attempts have resulted in a pool of water coming out of the frother. is there something I need to do to close the water frother
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you could remove the pipe put the pipe in a solution to remove the calcium in thr pipe dry calcium is like concrete dip it and use a piece of wire to clean cheers
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
by frother you mean it puts out steam ? if yes then I need to know how long you hold down the button and have you checked the hose in back to see if it has cracks or is kinked?
Posted on May 28, 2008
SOURCE: No steam comes to milk frother
1. Pour in vinegar instead of water. 2. Bring vinegar to a boil but do not run it through the machine. 3. Turn off machine for about an hour. 4. Remove sheath from the frother and clean the metal tip. 5. Place tip of frother into large mug of cold water. 6. Turn espresso machine on and allow vinegar to run through frother. 7. You'll know the frother is clear when the water in the mug begins to churn rapidly (and perhaps loudly).
It may take the vinegar a little while to dissolve and loosen the blockage. If the process does not work the first time time, try again later and allow the warm vinegar to sit in the machine longer.
Optional: Before starting the process, unbend a paperclip or thin metal hook (the kind used for hanging holiday ornaments) and use it to clear the steamer orifice.
To keep frother clear: Follow recommended descaling schedule in user manual
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
take out screen and screen holder,and unscrew piece in head,clean with wire and try,i think its your head plugged out.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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