Question about Gaggia Evolution Espresso Machine
Yes it is the rubber valve behind the spring, at some time there might have been excessive pressure buildup, most likely because of a fine grind, and that might have moved the valve slightly, check it for damage, and clean the small hole that it fits into and you should be good to go, if there is no damage to it.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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