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Espresso machine rubber ring tear causes water leak

I have a Electrolux ees200 espresso machine of which the clear soft rubber ring (slightly over 2in/6cm in diameter) is tearing. This ring separates the high pressure water dispenser and the metal sieve plate through which the hot water is pressed into the metal coffee filter (removable). The tear is not all the way through, but under the pressure the machine sometimes 'pops' and water explodes through the tear outwards spraying the machine and everything around it. I tried wrapping some tape around it but it melts/cracks under the heat.

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Hi may i know whether Electrolux Pump Espresso Model EES200 can make single shot of espresso? Cos I tried but the machine only make 1 cup of coffee. Please help. Thank you

Posted on Apr 20, 2012

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I have the same problem and this is the second machine. I warrantied the first one because it stopped working. I brewed one espresso with this machine and now no water or steam will come out. Help?

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Salton MEEX20B Espresso Machine with broken coffee carafe

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Here is information about the Salton, Inc. customer servicesite for replacement parts or manuals. If they don't have them, they should knowwhere to send you (though if they don't, I'd seriously wonder about thecompany).

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Part of the page reads:
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Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: francis francis x5-espresso splatters all over

1) The coffee you are using may not be ground finely enough to provide a proper extraction time, resulting in water rushing through the ground coffee much too quickly. Think of it like water running through a handful of pebbles as opposed to a handful of sand. You want "sandier" coffee.

2) Your gasket (the rubber part that seals the portafilter to the group head) may be worn/damaged and is leaking water when you are brewing. Attempt to contact FF! or Saeco to secure a replacement gasket. When you are not using the machine, don't tighten the portafilter all the way in to the head, either leave it completely disengaged or only loosely attached. This saves wear on the gasket.

3) Your brew water may be too hot. Purge your boiler right before brewing by running water into a bowl without the portafilter locked in. After a few seconds the superheated water will be run out and you're ready to brew.

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Espresso maker doesn't work properly

It is clear that there is a problem with water supply. Check if pump works, if it does, there is blockage in water supply to pump. Check and clean.

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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SOURCE: The espresso side of the

The clue here is that the problem involves the hot wate and the single or double espressos. These three functions require accurate water measurements and they are programmable. It appears that the flow meter is not sending the correct information to the control unit. This could happen if you have blockages or if the flow meter is not working anymore. Most likely you need a new flow meter which only costs about $20 and should not be too difficult to replace. It is located between the water tank and the pump.

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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