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ESTRO VAPORE / Thermostats verification ?

Can you please tell me how to check whether my thermostats on my ESTRO VAPORE / BARISTA espresso machine work properly. Yes, I get the steam all right but sometimes I have a suspicion that possibly the water is overheated when I make an espresso, or sometimes when STEAM is not turned on when I want to get some hot water out of the steam wand / pipe at first I get a good amount of steam. So I'd like to verify if my thermostats work properly, how? thanks.

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  • robertkoreck May 04, 2010

    There is only one cable going to a thermostat (two thermostats each having one cable going into it). What do you mean disconnect one of the leads, as I said there is only one.

    What value for the resistance should I get ?

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Using an ohms meter, disconnect one of the leads and check the reading across the terminals. Make sure power is off when checking resistance.

Posted on May 04, 2010

  • Ernest R
    Ernest R May 06, 2010

    Here is a wiring diagram.



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