Question about Sunbeam Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Cafe Series EM7000
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Milk Steamer takes too long
means the temp is not high enough or pressure not high enough
1) descale the machine real good
2) if not workin your thermostat or brewer can be broken.
Let me know if you still have problems after this descaling
And by the way poke a needle through the steam spout as that can be clogged too..
Posted on May 05, 2008
This sounds like one of several problems:
1. Does any indicator light come on? If there is one and it doesn't you either have a bad thermostat (size of a dime/1/4 inch thick) black item with two wires attached to the chamber or a bad heater. Check both with an ohm meter...Resistance of any kind across the terminals means okay.
2. Could be the switch. Same kind of test.
3. If you've got a steam leak, deal with that...new cap or valve.
Make sure all wire fasters are clean and bright. If screwed down, make sure they are tight. Cycle each connector off and on to clean them.
Remember: always work on your unit with it unplugged. You may need torx screwdrivers to open this unit. Any hardware store will have sets of these items.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
Make sure the milk (doesn't matter the fat content) is COLD. Then USE EXTRA MILK...(more than you need) that way it stays colder during the steaming, and it will froth instead of break. If it heats up too fast with too little milk... it will start to bubble and remain watery instead of producing froth. I use almost a full cup of cold vitamin D milk.... then I keep the steam head just below the surface..... Do not put the steam head at the bottom. This way some air is pulled into the steam and helps start the frothing process. I continue bringing the cup of milk lower and lower as the foam gets higher and higher, so the steam head continues to be just 1/4 inch below the surface. You will have super creamy foam (not bubbly foam). It takes a while to get perfect, but its worth it. Don't worry about expunging the condensed water at the start ... that really doesn't make a difference. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
SOURCE: the milk frother is not
it is clogged with dried milk. Remove the frothing wand from the machine. now press milk froth. you should get a ton of steam blowing out of the hole where the frother used to be. Your frother comes apart for cleaning. pull the chrome tip off, pull the 90 degree fitting and the black milk suction tube off, if it is really dirty you can soak the disassembled frother in hot water with a cleaning tablet. ( the small ones you drop in the brew unit, not the big descaling tab.) also, there is a clear tube with a point on the end of it sticking out of the frothing wand. this is an air admittance oriface. it allows air to enter the hot milk stream and make it frothy and bubbly. if it gets clogged, you will get hot milk but no froth. Your machine came with a spare one in the parts kit.
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
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