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The milk burnt in my aerolatte and it stopped working. what do I do

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How can I replace the motor in an Aerolatte?

The whisk shaft is glued to the motor shaft. I used needle nose pliers to pry whisk shaft away from motor shaft and it separated easily. Ordered D.C. Motor from china on ebay. 21 mm diameter case. 2mm shaft width. Motor was .99 cents freight prepaid from china to USA.

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Nespresso Frother burnt spot - how to avoid

Avoiding a burnt spot in the frotherBecause the frother impellar is magnetic, it will stick to anywhere on the bottom of the frother. It will even stick to the bottom if it is not on the little pillar that it should spin on.If you insert the impellar into the milk after it is filled, it is very easy to think you have put it in the right place (because it seems to stick to the bottom). If it is not on the pillar it will not actually do its job of spinning (it needs to do this to create the "frothing", but also it is needed to circulate the milk to prevent a "hot spot" in the milk - burning occurs if the milk is not circulated).So . . . always check the impellar is correctly fitted - or burnt milk will be a problem

on May 10, 2014 | Nespresso Aeroccino Automatic Milk Frother

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Order not arrived

Where'd you order it from? How's it being delivered (Fedex, UPS, etc.)? Do you have a tracking number? If you know the delivery company and have a tracking number you can try calling them and asking about its progress.

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The steam milk facility in my CVA5060 is not working; the machine tells me to 'clean milk pipework' . It looks from the manual like I should have a specific flask for this; I don't have one. I...

You have clogged milk pipework, likely caused by not rinsing/cleaning the pipework after dispensing milk. This has happened to me a few times and we have had Miele out to fix it. Only they can unscrew the unit to look inside and repair can be expensive. Today, I found a solution I wanted to share!
Remove the front cover off the spigots so you can clearly see the nozzles where the milk runs out. Run a rinsing program on the unit, and it will emit steam and hiss and nothing will come through. That is OK for now. Using a balled up towel, plug the side where you are only getting steam coming through. You are essentially causing pressure to build up in the pipework which will dislodge whatever is blocking the system. Careful, as steam will penetrate the towel as my little burnt finger will tell you. The second time I did it, I pressed the towel into position with a like a charm and no burnt fingers. Both sides were blocked for me and now run smoothly. Hope this helps someone ;)

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Burnt Milk at Bottom of Aeroccino

Try this - make a paste from bicarbonate of soda and water and let it
sit in the bottom of the frother for ten minutes or so. Then use a sponge
to clean off the milk stain and rinse and dry thoroughly. To prevent it from
recurring, rinse and dry the inside after each use and don't get the base
of the frother wet.

Jul 10, 2010 | Nespresso Aeroccino Automatic Milk Frother

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Doesn't heat completely and light blinks

This is either a problem with the thermostat that lives just under the surface of the bottom of the aeroccino jug and is a technical problem that can only be resolved (replaced) by returning it to Nespresso OR it is related to a fine layer of burnt milk that builds over successive use that builds and holds the heat the element produces 'tricking' the thermostat into thinking the milk itself has heated to the desired temperature, not just the burnt layer. Clean the bottom of the jug, regularly with a non scratch scourer and use a mild detergent as well.

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Can't remove burnt milk from right burner on stovetop?

I'm happy to say burnt milk can be removed with a combination of cerama bryte and let sit for one hour and then lots o elbow grease hard rubbling with also applying Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. The Mr. Clean Magic Eraser works very well but you have to still rub alot to get it safely scratch-free removed.

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