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The steam wand on my sunbeam cafe series is not working

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Is it still making the correct pumping noise? If so, unscrew the knob from the end and unblock the steam head and wand with a bit of wire.
If it doesn't sound like it is pumping, either the microswitch in the left-hand dial is faulty or the steam pump is dead. To test the microswitch, pull the steam dial off and try to get the switch to make a connection (it's hidden at about 2 o'clock in the housing). Failing that you're up for a steam pump... about $80.

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Dirty heater element , you will need to de calcify the unit. Use CLR or somthing like that and that should take care of the problem.

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