Question about Jura Capresso Impressa S9 Coffee Maker/Espresso Machine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: refilling system
same problem.. "fill system press steam" but no water was flowing. The pump has an air bubble in it. capressa customer service advised to continue (up to an hour of retrying if necessary) pressing the steam button, let the machine rest for a few minutes and retry again and again until the water starts flowing. Sure enough, after 45 minutes, and 30 or so times of pressing the button, it started to work again. While I was wasting away my saturday morning with this, Williams Sonoma said that they would have the machine repaired at no charge and have it shipped back to me if I wasn't able to get it working. I've owned this machine for almost 5 years (bought in Jan '05) and this is the only time I have had a problem. ..and to be fair, I had let the machine sit for several weeks without use, or water in the tank, when I encountered this problem.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
I had a similar problem. I took off the side and rear cover, followed the hose that comes from the steam wand to the rear of hte unit. It enters a solenoid made by ACL Italy. I dismantled the solenoid unit by disconnecting the two hose ends, removing the relay, and unscrewing the plunger unit (vertical pipe). The plunger unit internals should move freely up and down like a piston in a cylinder , powered by a small spring. In my unit, this plunger was calcified and seized. I soaked it in boiling water and pressed on it gently several times and it unstuck. I put it all back together again and presto! Good luck
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
I have had an S9 for 8 years now and have had it refirbished twice in its lifetime. I am convinced that the Claris Water filters cause this problem in that they can creat to much resistance or air and the system becomes water starved.Try taking out the filter and running steam for a couple of minutes. If you see water coming through, you most likely have a bad filter. moving forward, i am leaving the filter ourt and running the system in the DeCalc mode. I will have to decalcify the system routinely now but its worth eleviating the filter headache.
Posted on Jan 03, 2012
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