Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
All sudden does not work no signal of power or heat to run water in order to make coffee
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DeLonghi Alicia EMK6 - H20 error
Here is the link to the instruction manual if you need it; http://www.delonghi.co.uk/pdf_files/EMK6.pdf There is no information regarding this error message available online, but I think you are right and it relates to water - probably the sensor of the water level is stuck/blocked/scaled up. you can try descaling using white vinegar 50/50 solution with water, leave it overnight. Give the whole unit a good shake, in case the level sensor is a mechanical float device and it is stuck. See if any change. You can call Delonghi/Comet from this link; http://www.delonghi.co.uk/service_info.php hopefully they will tell you for certain what the error message means - if they do and it is different from what is discussed above, then please ask again if you want to try and solve the problem yourself. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
SOURCE: Delonghi EC 155 general help
You don't have to wait 15 mins. just a few minutes, then run some hot water to warm up the portafilter and dry it up, fill it up with coffee and when you get the gree light again, make your espresso . You will have to have a good fine coffee and make sure to pack the coffee really good and don't leave any around the edges , so could make a good seal. If you have steam coming out of the machine , is maybe to hot and is ready to brew . Cool down the machine after use, run water through it and let the steam out of the nozzle.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
There are two reasons for this usually. Either the grinder is jammed or the grinding wheel or wheels have broken. Your machine needs to go to a repair shop to be looked at.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
I have the same problem, it leaks all over the place and makes a mess inside. Initially it just seemed to leak steam but it got worse and worse until now it leaks water badly. I took it apart and it appears to be a small orange silicone seal that's bad. The seal is located on the plunger that compacts the grinds and then forces water through to make the coffee. I took mine completely apart but I think by using a stubby Phillips you could remove the small black cap and replace the O ring easily. The O ring on mine that is torn is about .35" OD and about .15" ID.
To check if this is the problem on yours; turn off the machine and remove the main filter unit by pressing the two red "press to remove clips" and pulling the unit out. It will not come out with the machine powered on. Now look up into the top right hand corner and you''ll see the plunger and heater unit angled towards the center of the machine. There are two small stainless countersunk Phillips screws. Remove these and you should be able to see the small orange silicone O ring in question. Might be a good idea to replace the large one as well as it now pops right off and you can certainly clean around it now, something I was never able to do before. My small orange silicone O ring was torn into two pieces and I'll replace it tomorrow and see if it helps.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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