Question about La Pavoni Pisa PA-35 Espresso Machine
I have a la pavoni pisa, and have apparently blown the fuse on the power cord. I need to access the back of the machine to get to the fuse. Can you tell me how to remove the black steam control knob on the right side of the machine?
Ah ha! I just fixed the problem.
The black steam knob is bonded to the shaft. The shaft/knob assembly is removed by rotating the spring keeper on the brass housing the shaft fits into by 90 degrees to allow the shaft to be pulled out once the knob is rotated enough to disengage its thread from the brass housing.
Once the cover over the boiler is removed you will see three thermostats mounted on top of the boiler.
The middle one has the reset button located between the two power connectors. Push it down and you will hear a metallic snap as it resets.
I now have a working La Pavoni Pisa Espresso Machine again and it was free to fix it!
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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