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The watertank/boilercistern does rotate a little visa the ground plate. Looking in it after removing the bottom plate doesn't make me any wiser??

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The boiler is tightened down via a big brass or plasitc ring which is threaded look on the page linked below

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You have to take a screwdriver and try to bend up the platic, be careful so you not break it.

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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SOURCE: adding pressure gauge to Pavoni Europiccola

  1. in the boiler water is heated and presured up to 1.5 bar
  2. when water gets in lever and non return valve closes becouse you press the lever down, your energy is used to get high pressure, it should be frpm 7 up to 9 bar.
  3. SOLUTION==if you search way for modifying, you must consider that you must pump directly to group, not to boiler. in this case water will be cold (becouse comes from pump). you will need boiler in boiler to heat the water wich comes from pump before it gets to group. this is bit more complicated than you thought may bee but it is only solution.

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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SOURCE: First Cup Is Cold From La Pavoni Europiccola

If the machine works great after the first cup then it is possible that the heat for your first espresso went to heating the portafilter or the cup used to brew into, try warming the portafilter first by running some hot water through it first.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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Hi there, i am a domestic espresso machine engineer based in Glasgow and i specialise in La Pavoni machines. If you could get in touch with me at my e-mail address (coffeeservice@live.com) i will be able to help you but i will require some info from you about what happened. It sounds like a pressure problem or the thermostat has gone allowing the water to over boil and build up too much pressure. Pressurestat is most probable i reckon. If you give me an idea of what happened i will be able to help you. I work alongside the UK's lead supplier of La Pavoni spairs so have all bits in stock. E-mail me or give me a buzz on 0141 425 1083 and i can sort you out.

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Posted on Jul 23, 2009

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SOURCE: There is water leakage on my La Pavoni Europiccola machine

Hi there,
I am a domestic coffee machine engineer based in Glasgow, Scotland and i service, repair and refurbish these machines on a daily basis. You will probably find that the gaskets which are holding the sightglass in place are completely solid and resemble a hard plastic like gasket. There will definately be gaskets there as if not the sightglass would rattle about and the water would pour straight out. It depends on which sight glass nuts you have but if they are the clear plastic nuts you will find either black, white or clear gaskets underneath and if the nuts are metal then you should see brass washers first and then the gaskets underneath the washers. These are easily replaced and can be purchased from our website www.theespressoshop.co.uk I hope this helps and if you have any further questions or queries then please do not hesitate to get in touch at domesticespresso@live.com

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