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Milk frother not heating

It froths but doesn't get hot help

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SOURCE: Aeroccino part for warming milk

you should contact nespresso to buy a new one.
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Posted on May 26, 2008

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SOURCE: THE NESPRESSO MILK FROTHER HAS STOPPED FROTHING

I contacted Nespresso who may well replace the item

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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SOURCE: My Nespresso milk frother did not come with

they make one that has the option of frothing milk hot or cold. Blue light is cold. Red light is hot. The red light will always heat the milk. To get to the blue light, you need to hit the button twice.( First will go to red)

Posted on May 08, 2010

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SOURCE: It just stopped making froth.

The milk frother must be extremely clean at it"s base. Hold frother up to the light and carefully examine the base for any type of filmy stuff.

Use a teatowel (dishcloth) or clean rag to polish the base and the problem will be fixed.

Posted on Dec 18, 2010

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SOURCE: the milk frother just boils the milk and does not

Hold the frother arm and pull the lower section off (It is in two pieces ) With the lower part off use a chopstick or something similar to push the small plastic nozzle out from the lower section,push from the narrow end .It will come out with a click,you will probably find it is blocked with dried ?congealed milk. Leave it to soak inhot water/wash up liquid and then use a nail brush to clean it also clean inside nozzle . Press nozzle back into sleeve untill it clicks into place and replace

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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Hi, the steam from the wand is not frothing the milk like it used to, hardly any froth at all.


If the frother is warming the milk, but is not frothing, then you want to make sure the panarello is clean.

Slide the cover off the frother and check the pin hold on the top edge of the cover. If this hole is blocked the milk will not froth. Rinza is great clean to help prevent these issues. http://www.cerinicoffee.com/rinza_urnex.asp

Also recommend frothing water instead of milk to clean the frother well.

For more information visit: http://www.cerinicoffee.com/Coffee_cleaning_supplies.asp

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What does a blue light mean on my aerochino? thanks.


Means you are not heating your milk, the frothing milk will be cold (for iced drinks) because you have held the button down longer than normal. Usually it takes 5 Seconds for the blue light to go on. try turning it on or pushing the button faster, It should turn on red, for heated and frothed milk.

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My Nespresso milk frother did not come with instructions. Is there some way to froth but not heat the milk?


they make one that has the option of frothing milk hot or cold. Blue light is cold. Red light is hot. The red light will always heat the milk. To get to the blue light, you need to hit the button twice.( First will go to red)

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My Krups XP4050 frother heats and makes bubbles but no froth


It doesn't froth because the air hole in the frother has become plugged with dried milk (cream). There are two types of frother - old one was a black rubber nipple with a stainless 2-3inch air tube rising above the milk. The plastic insert has a pin hole (really about the size of a straight pin!) that clogs. Use a sewing needle or straight pin to clear it.

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