Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Nothing, it has stopped heating, there is some problem with the heater element.
Disconnect AC power at wall for safety.
If you can open up the coffee machine and find the heating element then you can use a simple multimeter on ohms scale and check the element for open.
If you are competent with electricity you can also use the multimeter on AC range and check for voltage going into element.
So.... If element is open then find a part number for this assembly and find a replacement.
I did this very same thing on my DeLonghi Coffee machine just last week. The Element was open circuit.
Trouble was it took 3 months to locate & order a replacement assembly (for a reasonable price) So $105 later I am now enjoying decent coffee again.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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