Question about Faema Smart A2 Automatic Espresso Machine - Espresso Machines Faema
Coffee machine that is being used for coffee event
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This will take some time so bear with me.
The problem with the machine is most likely the solenoid valve(black or blue electrical box connected on the side of the group), for easier access remove the front panel there are about 5 screws holding it in place, 2 on the bottom and 3 on the top under-side. Disconnect or turn off the water supply. Then using a 14mm open end wrench remove the nut and the discharge pipe. Do Not remove the 4 small allen wrench screws on the brass piece connected to the machine. Now remove the electrical box over the silver pipe, and using a cressent remove the silver pipe from the brass rectangle square. Slowly open the water supply, if water shoots out then the head is clear, we will move on if not, use a pin and clean the middle hole. Check the silver pipe also there is a small plunger in there press it in if it moves freely then we are good, if not you can try soaking it in puro caff until it clears or just get a new solenoid coil. Remove the shower screen and screw in the group head, you can soak those also.
If you still cannot get water, then we will have to go deeper into the machine.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
I need the E97 faema Manula the A3, I think it is the same as the A2, I appreciate it if you have it and sent it to my mail. Thanks email@example.com
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
the original cord how many wire have? on the label what writes? if you have 5 wire (blue= null or neutral, green whit yelo= grounding, brown, black and grey= phases, is posible to have a red wire instead of grey, black or brown wire), on the blue wire whit one of the phases must have 220 V, on the brown whit another phase you must have 380V, if you had a bad conection is posible to damage something in electronic automatisation of the espresso machine, that machine must be conected in a water suply whitin a softner an befor use is posible to must be triggered manually. by the way, this machine must be proper instaled by a specilised personell beacause it is the risc of electric injuri and other bad things. your E1 is posible to be a temperature probe damaged or because of water mising and in 20-30 min. the machine was reaced a high temperature and safety thermostat has occurred. the best you can do is to call a repairman to solve this, if you try to repair your self it is posible to make worst.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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