Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I have a sinking feeling. My Silvia makes marvellous steam for milk, but on Saturday it ceased producing hot water. I live in Nth Tas. What is in store for me in resuming superb production? Anne
In every coffee-maker is at least one 'thermal fuse.' Since these are now made almost exclusively in China, the variability has become a real problem and they often fail without ever having reached the design temperature of the part. Further, because of where they are installed, they are welded instead of soldered and therefore not easily replaced. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news-
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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