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Don't know how your controls are set, but you have two switches on the front and a knob on the right. The switch for the steamer (the right hand switch) should be off. The knob on the right should be turned clockwise to turn in off. Then no water or steam should come out of the steamer wand. If it does, the seal on the knob inside the machine is broken. It can be repaired but only if you're handy with a screwdriver (make sure if you take it apart you disconnect it from the mains).
Make sure you didn't knock off a wire to the heating element when you had it open. Also put a couple of cups of whitevinnegar in it and leave it for an hour or two. This will dissolve the scale build up. If it doesn't get hot thenthe element is probably burned out. There is a limit switch held against the tank too. It can stop the heating element if it goes bad.
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see this causes and fix it. God bless you If the vacuum cleaner motor doesn't run the on - off switch might be
turned off or defective. Test the switch with an Ohm meter or continuity
If the vacuum cleaner motor does not run the motor itself might be
burned out. Check the power switch first to be sure the motor can get
power. Then, be sure the motor shaft can turn freely, that nothing is
obstructing it. If the motor can turn freely and is getting power but
still won't run it will need to be replaced.
The correct cleveland part # for your valve is 22221. If you have the correct valve there should be no extra ports. The steamer will flush itself when you turn it on, and periodically if there is the optional blow down timer installed. Hope this helps
Both tubes must be in the water. If you haven't used the machine for awhile, fill the water canister, turn the espresso maker on and also turn on the delivery switch (the top switch on the EC140). You'll hear the pump and in a second or two water will begin to exit the boiler nozzle. Immediately turn the delivery switch off. Wait for the "OK" light to come on. Press the "Steam" switch (the middle switch on the EC140, place an empty cup under the frother and turn the steam control knob on top in the counterclockwise direction. Steam will come from the frother. Be very careful to avoid contact with this steam.
well, then it probabbly is a bad switch.
you can replace it or take it out and connect the 2 wires together, with a wirenut or electrical tape, if you wanna jerry rig it.
You just wont be able to turn it on and off with a switch, but you can unplug it instead or use a powerstrip withj a swith to turn it on and off. without it beeing plugged into a outlet.