Question about Gaggia Classic Espresso Machine
I've tried different
makes and grinds of coffee. But all I want is Lavazza Rosa in the morning and, Lavazza
Decaf in the evening. No matter how much coffee I put in or how I tamp it down
or whichever insert, 2 out of 5 times the coffee comes out horizontally at
right angles showering the kitchen. This didn’t happen with my old machine. Any
suggestions would be welcome.
Hi there if your coffee is spurting out the sides it is because the group gasket is worn or has gone hard through use and now needs replacing. Basically when you twist your coffee handle on it doesn't always form a perfect seal and so the pressure causes the coffee to spurt out the sides. If you are not sure where to get parts get in touch with David at email@example.com and he will be able to sort you out.
All the best
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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