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How do I replace steam valve seal? on my Vibiemme Domobar

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SOURCE: cost replace valve steam seals

Depending on the year and size of engine but roughly about $800 a side at the dealership and a good local mechanic about $300 a side.I would charge $200 a side just trying to give you a better scope of what you are looking at.

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The seal on pressure cooker #99700 leaks after pressure builds up and a dangerous amount of steam is expelled . we were almost scaled by the steam.


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make sure the pressure relief valve is working, not blocked etc, if it's OK try replacing the seal.

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My machine pours steam out from the pressure valve, the machine gets very very hot ( to hot ) cant even touch the steam arm


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Not enough steam is produced to make good froth.


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Water will not suck up into my Francis Francis X1


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