Question about DeLonghi Magnifica Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Coffee now drips very slowly. How do I clean the fluid pathway?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if our coffee drip try to ajust how fine you grind and amount of coffee if you grind the cooffee to fine its hard for the pressure water to go truh and clean the machine with a decalcifier to remove the calcium buildup more calcium less pressure you have to clean the machine every other mounth cheers
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
SOURCE: slow water drip
First of all it depends on the hardness of the water. Vinegar doesn't really work in the heavy lime belt area of the midwest. It is better if you use lime away. It is an ecolab product that is great at lime removal. Use one cup per pot. Then rinse two pots worth if this is the kind of machine that uses the same water that is put in during each brew cycle. Some brewers have a reservoir. Bunnomatic is an example of that kind of brewer. If you use lime away in that kind of brewer you need to run about thirty pots to remove all the lime scale remover from the brewer. Slow brewing can also be caused by over softened water. I drove from Indy to Iowa after installing a brewer and then a day later the store put in a softener and over softened the water causing the coffee filter to clog up with sodium. Also check the sprayer disc or head where the water comes out. Over time coffee "paste" will build up around the outlet and if you don't wipe it clean or "smear" the coffee grounds around the outlet that will slow down the brewing cycle. I have thirty years as a brewer technician and it is usually one of the things I have covered, providing that the heat element isn't defective.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
look in manuel how to ajust the coffee grinder its grind the coffee to fine when you ajust the leveler of coffee move it only when the grinder work do a few ajustment it will be fine pierre
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
Check the inline water flow to the solenoid, and or on some models there is a filter from the water source on the back of the machine(i do not know what model you have so this is just general info).
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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