Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Lattissima - after pushing the cappuccino button, no milk is coming out, just just vapor. then the water with the coffee coming out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello, I had the same problem, therefore the machine has gone to a repair centre. The problem is caused by a mechanical switch in the machine, that doesn't work properly. To repair it you've to open the machine completely, but that’s not easy. Because there is nothing broken you’ll should have warranty because it is a production failure. The solution in my case was to heat up the switch and push it a little together so that the contact works properly. It is the switch that you hear when you turn on the machine.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
SOURCE: bialetti mukka express
First off, the best milk for foam is skim milk (0% fat). The higher the fat content, the less foamy your foam will be.
The foam is created by the steam/hot coffee from the lower part being forced through the doohickey and into the milk. That means that if the coffee itself isn't "perfect", the foam won't be "perfect". I've found that using different types of coffee (e.g. different grinds) or filling the coffee bin to different levels results in more or less steam/pressure being passed through, so the foam is better/worse. For example, if I put too much ground coffee in the bin or use too fine a grind, it blocks the water/steam that's going through the coffee, resulting in less coffee and weaker coffee, and also resulting in less foam.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
There should be a small pin on the top of the Cappuccinator. When it starts, twist the pin slowly until the milk flows up the tube. Then leave it where it is and it will work all the time.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: Russell Hobbs coffee maker
I found someone in NZ who sells a complete set.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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