Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I am trying to make a decaf coffee using my brand new Xelsis Evo coffee machine. Every time I follow the exact directions, when I hit 'OK' the machine displays 'Max Brew group pressure' and it switches off. Making regular coffees with beans being ground works fine. This only happens when I use ground decaf coffee. Any suggestions?? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Coffee does not brew
The thermal breaker has died in it. This is usually mounted on, or near the heating elementm and usually turns off when excessive temperatures are present (such as when a pot boils dry, or the unit is left on for days) It can be checked with a ohm meter on its contacts. If it shows as good, it should show up as normally closed. Some overtemp breakers have a small button for resetting, but most are simply supposed to reset themselves once the heat is sufficiently reduced. There are also heat fuses that blow...for good when excessive heat is detected, mounted in the same place, they are often a metal bullet shaped tube. OR.....your power cord...or main power switch could also be faulty.
Posted on May 01, 2006
Empty beans out. Take the two screws out.
Put bean grade to 1. Run the machine as if making coffee. Use a vacuum and clean the bean grinding machine area. Run the machine again.
Place bean container back and put screws back in. Fill bean container.
This worked for me
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
Look on the left side where the box should be. In the left side towards the botton there is a long opening. Take plastic knife and slide it in while the machine is on and blinking and see if the brew unit will cycle. The drip tray has to be in for this to work. There is a metal bar that has to be pushed toward the rear of the machine to cycle the brew unit.
Posted on May 22, 2009
Try this, adjust the grind to a coarser setting atleast 2 numbers, then remove brew unit and look behind at white plastic valve, there is a small chamber under valve make sure chamber is clean and that the small discharge from chamber to drain tray is also clear. Then remove shower screen from brew unit and clean if necessary, also check the tube from the shower. Reinsert and test.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
I have had the same problem the only way I could get it to brew would to use the program quantity feature every time. I was going to take it in today and decided to restore the factory settings and now its working like it should. This seems to be a circuit board issue Ouch! I have another issue with the steam, if I take the knob off it works if I don't it doesn't glad I bought a 2K model GRRRRR!
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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