Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
The grounds always goes into the coffee and the coffee is very weak
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: euro lab coffee machine
i had same problem pulled machine apart and found that the non return valve becomes stuck and pump cannot push water past it to the thermo block in enough quanity, so makes no coffee need to find spare parts for same where can you get them in australia regerds adrian
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
SOURCE: no coffee will dispenses
How fine have you got you grind setting, if it is a new machine it needs to be on course Grind, fine grinds clog the filter. You need to reach into where the tray goes with a cloth and wipe clean the filter bin which is right behind a flap
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
Try this, adjust the grind to a coarser setting atleast 2 numbers, then remove brew unit and look behind at white plastic valve, there is a small chamber under valve make sure chamber is clean and that the small discharge from chamber to drain tray is also clear. Then remove shower screen from brew unit and clean if necessary, also check the tube from the shower. Reinsert and test.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
You have a stripped thumbscrew. Check the top left side of the brew unit. The thumbscrew is the little rod that sticks out of the top of the center part of the brew head. If there is water in the center cavity that's your problem. If you push down on the rod and check your brerw head screen on the other end it is probably pushed out a little. Pry the screen out, and you should see a barrel nut in the middle of the screw stem. Pull the thumbscrew out from the other end.
The plastic rod that has 2 small hooks on the end and has ribs around the opposite end is your thumbscrew. There is suppose to be a small round nut that is molded into the position between the legs with the hooks. If you use the key to tighten the thumbscrew you will pull the nut out and then the thumbscrew will pop out of the brew head. Check the stem of the filter screen. If you have an item about that is about 3/8 of an inch long and has a grove in the middle and small bumps on it, that’s the nut. You need a new thumbscrew. Remove the old nut on the stem before putting it in the new thumbscrew. Remember it’s a thumbscrew, so it only needs to be finger tight. The key is for removing only.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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