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No water out of the filter spout

I have turned on, did the procedure to get the airlock gone witht he froth nozzle (in manual), but I still have no water out of the coffe spout

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Re: No water out of the filter spout


Make sure your filter in the machine and in the filter holder is clean, the filter in filterholder there you will see a little light in the middle if you head it to light, else you have to replace the filter.

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I have a Delonghi PrimaDonna ESAM 6600. Just recently it stopped frothing milk. To explain fully, I have outlined the sequence of the fault below and resolution steps that I have already tried.

That sounds like the spout is blocked, when the pump goes quiet it is because it has built up pressure and the solenoid is barely moving. Have a probe up the nozzle and see what happens.

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When brewing coffee about half the water comes out of the frothing nozzle instead of the coffee spout. The nozzle also leaks after the brewing cycle.

I would say that something has a hole in it, but if it doesn't it might have bad quality, and if it isn't that because the place where you bought it from sells good machines, then it still might have something that went wrong or something was misplaced. I'm not sure either, but that's what i think is the most likely reason. You could always try ask the place manager and ask him if there is anything wrong with your machine.

Hope it ind of helped!

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My jura impressa z5 is having trouble foaming the milk...worked fine last season but we can't seem to get it foaming the same as it was before...suggestions??

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Delonghi Magnifica Coffee Maker the milk is not frothing properly - there's lots of steam & very little milk being issued from the spout We clean the milk jug each day, have adjusted the plastic tube...

You did not state anything about descaling, but every now and then, I also add water and descaler to the milk container and use the "Frothing" program to run through the water and descaling-solution (double-click the Cappuchino button).
I have also noticed that the first cup (and sometimes even the second) will produce less milk, and not as well frothed milk as later cups. My theory is that the machine is warmer when producing later cups.
If possible, you could try to run two-three frothings of plain water through before switching to milk. I realize this is inconvenient, but it could be worth testing this to see if it helps. We luckily have two milk containers and keep one filled with water just for the purpose of heating up (or whatever we do :) the frothing system before serving the first cappuchino.
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Saeco Talea Giro no steam or water from spout

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Where to fine a owners manual

I own a Maxim Expres machine. I no longer use it nor have the manual, but the following are my recollections.
I have the version with an on/off switch on the front and a separate knob to control the steam nozzle.

- Use the carafe to measure the water, then pour into the tank and replace the screw-on lid.
- Measure coffee into the metal basket (don't remember the proportions of coffee to water - you
have to experiment.)
- I tamped the coffee lightly - not as much pressure as you use with a pump-driven machine.
- Put the basket into the handle, line up the slots and twist the handle to the side to secure (I'm
sure the models vary in this regard). Place the carafe under the drip hole.
- Push the button to "on". For espresso, just wait until it stops dripping. This is a steam-driven
machine - don't expect much or any crema.
- Frothing: If you are going to froth milk, you need to do it WHILE THE COFFEE IS DRIPPING.
-Wait until coffee starts dripping into the carafe (otherwise there is not enough steam pressure)
-Submerge the nozzle tip under the surface of the milk and turn the knob on the steam nozzle.
-After frothing, turn the nozzle to closed and wait for coffee to finish.
-If you wait too long to start frothing, the coffee will finish and you will lose steam pressure.

That's what I remember, hope it helps.

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You can get the user manual on this link if you need it; Check page 6 of the download, page 12 of the manual - the spout should just pull off and push back on. If it wont, then either something needs cleaning more, something is stuck in the tube or more likely the part of the nozzle that comes off, something is broken, or you need to use a little bit more force. If it appears broken, (check in particular for a fine crack that is only visible when the nozzle is stretched i.e. when in place. This type of plastic often will close a crack enough to be near invisible when not under tension.) then you could try gluing it although i doubt if this would work. You could just put a stainless steel hose clamp around it, tighten up just enough to make the nozzle spout stay on (bit of a pain, but may work). You can contact gaggia for a replacement - in the USA; Importika 596 Fishers Station Dr. 14564, Victor, NY Mr. Salzman Ph. 585.742.5178 Fax 585.924.1499 web site: e-mail: Hope this helps - if you can post back a photo or two close up of the problem area, i may have more ideas :)

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