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Our Livia 90 would need a service + the pressure steam valve is leaking. Thanks in advance ! Thilo

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If you are local to us perhaps in Orange County, CA we can provide service. If not you may contact Pasquini to get a local certified repair location near you.

As far as the pressure steam valve goes, you most likely simply need a new o-ring kit... we offer kits for new and older units. Older machines would use Part# KSWV-2 for $5.40, newer units would use Part# KSWV-2 for $4.30. I could explain how you could do this service yourself.

My experience is working over 10 years at Pasquini as a master technician running the home repair sales and service center.

I stock all Pasquini parts for any service of your Pasquini espresso machines and grinders. Contact us for any of your Pasquini sales and service needs.

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