Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Im sure this will be the drainage valve in the at the bottom of the brewing group, please see here http://www.shop.partsguru.com/Jura-Drainage-Valve-C-E-F-S-Series-0010643.htm
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: Jura Impressa F9
You can find some detail procedure in this tip below
Try it since it have help some other with same problem.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
I just called their customer service 800-220-5701 with the same problem.
There's a point at the bottom of the chute where you can add ground coffee that tends to clog, especially if water gets in there. Access is from underneath - - remove the bottom tray and reach in - - it's not the hinged flap opening (that's the first thing you'll feel) but if you leave that closed and reach behind it, there's a silver-dollar sized area you're supposed to try to access and clean using a dry cloth. Once that's done you're supposed to try vacuuming from the top and then let it dry for a day or two.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
As the coffee is
dispensed, it is normal to have some residue left in the tubing and spouts. It
is the reason that the machine will require cleaning on a regular basis using
the Jura tablets that dissolves the coffee film. In the case the spouts get clogged, the
best approach would be to dismantle the spout assembly. Since it may not always
be possible, I found that filling a cup with a coffee cleaning solution such as
Puly Cleaner (pulycleaner.co.uk) and having the spout dip in the solution
overnight can help. Probably that dissolving a Jura cleaning tablet in a cup of
warm water would provide similar cleaning power.
Dismantling the spout is rather straightforward. You start with removing the front logo by rotating it counter-clockwise. Behind it you will find a T15 Torx screw. Removing it will allow removal of spout cover by pulling the top part lightly towards you and then sliding it down below the spouts. Grab the spouts by the sides and wiggle downwards until it comes loose. You can now clean the spouts but will most likely need to soak it. See the video showing removal of the spouts @ youtu.be/9QlRGY0eX3s
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
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