Question about La Pavoni "PROFESSIONAL Chrome" 16Cup
Hi there, you should screw the nut all the way down and then screw the second nut down to meet. These are only there to stop piston coming out when under pressure. The piston shaft is designed so that it will not go down far enough to push the shower plate out so you don't have to worry about this. I am domestic coffee machine engineer and we are leading UK service and repair agents for La Pavoni. Any problems please get in touch with David at email@example.com
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Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Use (2). And you could back it off by 1/4 turn, rather than 1/2 turn I think. You want the piston to almost touch the screen at the bottom of its travel. You don't want the piston to push the screen out.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Fig. Fig. 2: Steering wheel installation-1969 deluxe and 1970-72 standard wheel
Fig. Fig. 4: Steering wheel installation-1980 and later vehicles
Fig. Fig. 6: A ratchet or driver should be used to loosen the trim pad retaining screws
Fig. Fig. 7: Once they are loosened, remove the trim pad screws from the back of the steering wheel
Fig. Fig. 8: Pull the trim pad from the steering wheel in order to access the horn wire(s)
Fig. Fig. 9: Remove the retaining nut snapring
Fig. Fig. 10: Matchmark the relationship between the steering shaft and the wheel in order to assure proper wheel installation
Fig. Fig. 11: Loosen and remove the wheel retaining nut
Fig. Fig. 12: Use a steering wheel puller to loosen the wheel on the steering shaft
Fig. Fig. 13: Once the wheel has been loosened by the puller, the wheel may may be removed from the steering shaft
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