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I have an europiccola from the 79s that i got off the internet. I can't get it to heat up. I know the fuse is good, the switch is good (i check both) so is the only think the heating coils? If so where can i buy coils that would fit this. It the old kind with the fuse up in the cavity f he heating coil.

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If you check the coil with your ohms meter and get no reading then you might be able to find one from crossroads espresso they are the biggest Pavoni dealer 15413444600.

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