Everything fine in the process, but at the end the coffee is not good = "juice of black sock", very diluted.
I precise that i used special coffee for expresso machine. It's not a question of the quality of the coffee.
And when I prewarm the machine, the water is clear and hot.
So my deduction is going to a issue with the pressure itself? it is to low, not really 15bars? let me know what you think about that.
Thanks in advance
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