Question about Jura Capresso CoffeeTEAM GS 46405
Posted by Anonymous on
Hello, what I have found is the most common cause of water leaking out of the bottom of the capresso team coffee maker is a leaking silicone hose that runs to the boiler (See the photo below with the split in the hose). The replacement silicone hose needs to be safe for beverage dispensing, food & dairy processing, taste and odor-free, with a temperature range of -75? to 350? F. All you need is a sharp pick, a phillips screwdriver, and a pair of needle nose pliers. Remove the four rubber pads on the bottom using the pick. Use the screwdriver to remove the six screws holding the bottom plate on. Remove and replace "BOTH" hoses using the needlenose pliers to pinch the hose clamps. Better to play it safe while you have it apart. If one is bad the other is likely not far behind. I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: jura capresso E8
Did it work before this?
Sometimes hard water can build up and cause blockages.
Try mixing hot water and white vinegar (50/50 mix) and try running it through the machine. If this works, run it through a few more times than run cold water through a couple times to get rid of the vinegar.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
I know it's not the same make as mine, but when I had that problem, it was the strainer holes that were blocked and the coffee wouldn't filter through, I just took a wire brush to it and cleared the holes no problem and away she went. . Hope that helps
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
The only sources I have been able to find are in Europe. They do not always wish to ship to the US however. In the US the dealers always want the repair, but seldome wish to sell parts outright. Try this website for parts.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
I have the same problem with my E9 and I have traced it to the diaphragm unit that is just distal to the pump itself. Apparently, the diaphragm is secured with a steel band (not stainless since it is rusty) that may hold seals or O-rings that break down. You can observe it leaking when pressure applied during brewing. The question is: can a new unit be ordered and if so, where?
Posted on Nov 05, 2011
SOURCE: Jura Capressa E9 Leaking
Most likely the 2 spouts have become plugged with crud. Use a toothpick while the machine is dispensing coffee. Stick the toothpick up in each little nozzle and move it around it might take several cups to get this done. I removed the top cover on mine and just poored water in where the coffee normally goes. It is just a gravity feed system. Don't poor too fast and move the toothpick around until the blockage is cleared. Helps to have 2 people for this. Also, once you get it cleared, try the finest grind setting. Mine was set on the coarsest setting and I think that was making making the blockage more likley. I dont think the cracked spout is common though. My machine has made over 8100 cups and is going on 7 years. No cracks are visible in mine.
Posted on Apr 07, 2013
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