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I have a Krup #865 coffee, espresso-capacino brewer. After preparing teh espresso, how do I go about building up teh steam to place in teh milk before I pour the espresso in the cup?

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I was able to download the operating instructions for the coffee maker. I have yet tried to make the capacino. When I do I'll let you know how I made out.. Thankyou IMDOCW

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My caffitaly S 23 does not dispense hot Millikan after the coffee has dispensed. Just hot steam and a little bubbly hot water. I have cleaned it it and will dispense milk and the next cup doesn't.


First; I am NOT a Caffitaly repairman. Though I have worked on mini espresso machines. Sputtering and/or poor steam is an indication that your brewer is not up to brewing temperature.
** Most of these home machines have a very small boiler or tank. They are designed to produce hot water and sometimes steam to brew a small 'European' espresso. Here in the USA we like our coffee weaker and with lots of 'other' things mixed in. The 'Americano' is the same amount of coffee but with a lot of hot water added. This amount will tax the small boiler to it's limits. Top it off with a grande latte would be probably be beyond it's ability to completely froth/heat this amount of milk. When you order a Latte from a Barista you will note that it takes a while to froth a Pitcher of cold milk. They are using a large espresso machine and probably pulling a double shot of espresso. To make a similar drink with any home machine requires doing everything 'double' or twice brew. (3 times?) You will need to check the 'ready' light to make sure the brewer is up to heat prior to brewing your next cup.
** Suggest brewing a regular size or 1/2 a mug of coffee-latte then come back again later for another fresh hot cup.
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My mum gave me de longhi expresso machine 3yrs old today with no instructions i dont know how to use it were milk goes what coffee to use where water goes how to clean it etc could you help please


I am not sure of that particular model but most do not store milk... You use the steam generator to steam through the milk, held in a separate container. Since you are new at this, get into the habit of cleaning it regularly as without cleaning everything can clog. When you buy coffee start out with a "dark roast" and build your way to an espresso blend, usually the darker the coffee the oilier the bean and hence cleaning gets more important. If you grind the coffee beans yourself use the finest grind available. And enjoy the coffee!

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Add water to the left side, tighten well. Put milk in the stainless steel carafe.
Add coffee to the left side container in the filter basket. Place carafe under the coffee container. Turn knob toward you to the 'off' position. Turn power to 'on' on Espresso (left) side. Once coffee is about halfway brewed, place stainless steel carafe with milk under the steamer with spout just below milk line, and turn knob away from you to the 'on' position. Frothing the milk is an art form and becomes easier with practice. Make sure all steam is depleted, then enjoy your cappuccino!
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If the machine heats up for coffee, then the steam wand tips are probably blocked. Use a paper clip or needle to clear out the holes at the end of the steam wand.

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Steam wand


As the espresso is being made, you can steam the milk by opening the valve that goes to the wand. (sometimes there is a "switch")
To steam milk:
-Fill pitcher (or whichever container you want) with milk e**ugh for about 2/3 of your cup. A thermometer would be helpful.
-Place pitcher under the wand and lift it so that only 1/2 inch is under the surface of the milk.
-Open the steam valve. The milk will expand as it heats. Lower the pitcher to maintain the 1/2 inch depth. You should hear a "shushing" sound and have ** splattering.
-When milk is about 150 F (or preferred temp), close the steam valve and wipe the wand with a damp towel or else themilk will cake on the wand.

Good Luck

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