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My Gaggia Titanium has an ventilate problem when it is stil cold. After starting up, autotest and running pump, it appears whit message ventilate. It takes a long time steaming or hot water after the


The ventilate sign appears as an error message to tell operator that the flow of water is reduced. I can tell that the machine has not been descaled or was descaled using unscrupulous products that are labeled as descaler but they are not.
Because the sign disappears at this time after flushing water through the steam pipe, the flow restores the sensing that water is flowing normal. This "apparent restoration" of water flow is without any back pressure. The espresso function is restored for limited use.
This error code if not corrected immediately, it will not disappear and not allow any function even after flushing water manually.
The flow meter registers the quantitative flow of water as programmed for espresso.
Please descale the machine as soon as possible. before the 'Ventilate' error message stops all functions.
This is a well designed machine. Needs more attention to maintenance.
You may use the link to order our Best descaler.

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Oct 19, 2014 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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No steam or water through steam wand on Gaggia Titanium


Try this, push in on the knob when the flow stops, if that works, then the tap rod needs to be replaced. If your machine has the plastic steam valve assembly, try to get the stainless steel steam valve, I noticed that you have replaced once.

Apr 04, 2012 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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Gaggia Titanium. Fault suggests ventilation required. Followed manual instructions, nothing happens. Tried rinsing, nothing happens. Tried hot water nothing happens? Have taken out and cleaned all pbvious...


Do you hear the pump working but no water flows?

You should select hot water (the third button from the right) and the display should say "hot water" at the same time it is saying VENTILATE --- open the steam valve all the way and the pump should start and you should see water from the steam wand.

If you don't hear the pump at all, then that is a different problem.

If you do hear the pump but still don't get any water with the steam valve open, then you need to prime the pump by using a turkey baster or the accordian pump that came with the Titanium to pump water into the valve where water from the tank goes. Remove the tank and use the turkey baster to pump water into that valve while the pump is running and the steam valve is open all the way with HOT WATER selected. the second water starts to come out the steam valve you want to stop the pump (turn the power off or turn the steam knob shut) and put the water tank back on and make sure there is plenty of water in the tank - then start the pump again by opening the steam valve all the way and let it pump water out the steam wand for a few minutes.

Oct 05, 2010 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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What does it mean when the Gaggia Titanium machine tells you to ventilate the hot water as soon as you turn the machine on?


Ventilate by pressing the hot water button and opening the steam tap. Once water flows freely, close the tap.
If problem persists, its likely to be a broken "steam valve cam"

Apr 29, 2010 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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My Gaggia Titanium Plus is leaking water. Can I fix this or is this something that merits me mailing it back to the seller for service? About 2-4 ounces of water puddles underneath the machine each...


I fixed mine.  Sounds like you have a leaking steam valve.  I purchased a new valve from wholelattelove.com for under $25 with shipping.  Techs were great, I called twice and got quick answers.  

Feb 23, 2010 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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Gaggia titanium espresso ventilate is on the screen.I press button 26,nothing happens


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When you push the water button, then open the steam knob. This will allow water to flow. If you don't get water to flow check the water tank and make sure that it is down on the machine completely. The other thing that will not cause water to flow is a restriction in the flow meter.

Nov 02, 2009 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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Water does not flow through the coffee group but only exits viasteam pipe. Decalcifying and cleaning or resetting factory settings do not solve the problem. what to do?. The problem occurs after I have...


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When you are finished with steaming, try pushing the steam button again and then opening the steam valve to purge the steam. Do this until the water flows freely. You should hear the pump change tone. If you have a pre grind button, try that without putting any coffee in the pre ground chute, then push a medium coffee. Water should flow through the brew unit freely. If not, you are getting a blockage in the brew unit. If it does, your grind on the machine might be too fine. Change to a coarser grind and try again. It usually takes 3 cycles before the grind is in effect.

Aug 22, 2009 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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The close door message stays on my Gagia Titanium coffee machine even when the door is closed. I have tried reloading the factory settings but even this does not help


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There are 2 things that give the close door message. On the back side of the door towards the hinge, there is a pointer that activates a switch. If that pointer is broken, it won't touch the switch. Replace the door or modify the pointer to touch the switch. If the pointer is not broken, there is an adjustment inside the machine on the steam manifold mount that has 2 screws that can be loosened to move the mount forward (bringing the switch forward) so the pointer can touch the switch.

Jun 30, 2009 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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Steamer on gaggia titanium


a. Possible air in the system. Switch to hot water iso steam, let warm water pas for a minute by turning the knob fully open. Stop tapping warm water (close the knob) and switch the machine to steam iso water. Try to get the steam by fully opening the knob (pump should start running). 
b. Solidified milk in the system blocking internal tubes. To avoid this always purge the system (shortly open the steam to an empty cup or a towel) after you steamed milk to avoid milk being sucked back into the system due to condensation of steam (this creates a vacuum and reverse flow). To resolve the blocked tubing: clean the nozzle and try flushing the system (tapping warm water). 

Aug 24, 2008 | Gaggia Titanium Espresso Machine

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Steam wand shooting water instead of steam


You're supposed to wait for the blinking light to go solid before attempting to steam your milk!
Until then, the water isn't hot enough (it's at coffee-brewing temp, not steaming temp) to produce steam.
Further, after steaming, the water is too hot for coffee's correct brewing temp, and the light again blinks until it has cooled down enough, if you care.

Dec 11, 2007 | Nespresso C190 Titanium Espresso Machine

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