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Franke Evolution no milk being dispensed


May be the milk pipe between the fridge and machine is kinked.

Mar 03, 2015 | Franke Evolution

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Milk system is not working. only steam comes out.


a good cleaning of the milk pipes will probably fix this - the milk dires in the tubes if not cleaned regulaerly and clogs the pipes preventing the milk from being dispensed

Jun 29, 2014 | Miele CM 5200 Espresso Machine Black

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Do you fill it up with milk?


only fill with water , use the steam wand on the side to steam milk in a caraffe or small bowl then pour coffee into milk after your done.

Oct 21, 2013 | Saeco Gran Crema Espresso Machine

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Water smell


You may have some residue inside the steam pipe from previous uses (e.g. milk). If you know how to remove the steam pipe, this will be easy to clean. Otherwise, you could try a pipe cleaner (depending on the type of steam wand).

You can also try running the steam pipe into some water, but be careful not to overheat the boiler (consult your manual... it may say you can't steam continuously for more than a minute, or even less).

Sep 24, 2013 | Nuova Simonelli Microbar Espresso Machine

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Coffee maker not frothing milk


The tube on the "ball assembly" which connects to the "milk" tank may be missing an O-ring. If this O-ring is missing, the steam will only siphon a little bit of milk because there is no seal. If it is working properly, the siphon can fill be expected to fill a cup in about 30 -60 seconds.

May 19, 2012 | DeLonghi EC Coffee Makers & Espresso...

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Help received the Delonghi Cafe Nabucco machine from a friend .no instructions ,how do I make expresso ,capp steam milk etc?


http://www.manualnguide.com/dl/10372/

Go to the above link and download the manual for the BCO 120T

It should provide the basics to get you going

Making a good espresso with steamed milk takes practice

If you don't have the frothing pitchers.. buy a couple in different sizes

Used cold low fat or non fat milk..

It takes practice to get good at it.. a hand on the side of the pitcher to make sure you don't scald the milk.. etc.. you don't want the milk to bubble/boil..

If you have a control valve for the steam pipe.. immerse the pipe about an 1/2 inch or so into the cold milk and slowly open the valve.. until you have it open full. Jostle the pitcher to move the milk around pretty much during most of the process once it begins to warm and foam.. raise the pitcher to heat the milk in the bottom .. then lower it as the foam begins to form...never letting the steam pipe out into the froth. Once done..wipe the pipe clean with a wet cloth.

Grind of the coffee is imporant as well as the roast and when you fill the portafilter don't over tamp.. If you pack it to tightly.. won't brew... too loosely.. brews too fast.. You want to see the coffee shots come out and form what's known as crema... which is a thin layer of tan or light brown foam on top of the shot. If aren't getting this..the coffee is either ground wrong or packed too tight.

It's an art..and nothing beats practice.. there are scores of books and internet threads on how to froth milk and make different coffee drinks..

I love a good Cafe Borgia now and again.. we live in the Portland, Oregon area.. everyone here is addicted to the bean..

Best of Luck

Apr 29, 2011 | DeLonghi Caffe Nabucco BCO70...

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I have just bought a delonghi ec220cd coffee maker - a replacement for the delonghi ec270 which started to leak badly. However, the milk doesn't seem to want to froth - just wet and may as well just pour...


Try removing the plastic steaming sleeve and just use the stainless pipe. Keep the pipe just below the surface to make the ffroth, then go lower to heat the milk to a max of 165F.

Apr 27, 2011 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Low pressure on milk frother on breville coffee machine


First,I'm NOT a Breville tech, but this is a very common problem with steam boilers. Your valve seal(s) are worn and needs replacement. Any leaking water or steaming from various places other than the steam tip is causing your tank to lose pressure. The heater needs to stay on longer just to keep everything up to pressure and properly heated. You probably noticed that your shots may not have the creme or very thin and watery. Milk steaming takes a long time or not enough steam to complete a froth, especially on a Latte. Your machine needs servicing. Contact your vendor or MFR for service.
** loose steam wands will fall off and be re-assembled without the ball seal or washer. Look around the machine for a round disk made of hard rubber or nylon plastic. Take apart the wand and reassemble with the washer or get a new washer and tighten,.
** other places were you can loose steam pressure is the Anti-siphon valve, Safety valve, and various pipe fittings to the steam boiler. Look for steaming plumes from unexpected areas of the machine.
** Scale that has built up to the point of causing valve problems are usually too much for DE-scaling to work properly. Usually done as a preventive maintenance rather an alternate to repair. Like a blood clot, if you remove it while still in an active system. Where does this clog end up? This debris needs to be physically removed from the pipes, valves, and/or tank. Heavy scaling is a sign of an old machine that will need a lot of servicing to bring it up to MFR specifications.
** Final; The steam wand(s) are the most used (and abused) parts of the machine. Constant cleaning is a required task that needs very diligent baristas to keep it fully functional. I've found that best operators use the following method to keep the steam wand in top condition; Remove milk froth pitcher completely from wand, Send a short blast of steam to clear milk residue from tip. Take a damp towel to grab wand an pull downward to wipe off any remaining milk residue. Leave the wand in a pitcher of cool water to soak during long break periods to help break up any dried milk. Let soak over nite when not in use. Have your operators notify you of any 'loosey-goosey" wands. Tighten them properly but make sure all the parts and washers are there. Check your manual or just ask your technician to show you the next time.
*Have a safe New year! Aloha! ukeboy57

Dec 24, 2017 | Breville Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Saeco magic deluxe


use a little steel wire in the hole in the pipe to remove old milk residue you dont have to go to deep in the pipe 1 or 2 inch inside you have to remove the black plastic piece that goes in the milk thanks pierre

Jan 14, 2009 | Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine

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New Rancilio Silva - steamed milk not perfect


please relay on your experience realizing that you now have new steam pipe(with different holes in the end of it and different pressure)
you will need to get use to them and get maximum quality of that steam pipe.
my advice:
  1. every time hold your hand in the bottom of milk container, so that you will prevent overheating which often gives the result you mentioned.
  2. every time you use cold milk.

Jul 22, 2008 | Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine

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