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Does anyone have a picture of the interior of a ECM Veneziano espresso machine (Giotto II) ? I have disassembled my machine and are not assemble it again. I have a drawing but need a real picture. best regards Christian

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Hello,

Kindly download this PDF and try to check if the images in this file is the same as your espresso machine now.

http://www.espressotec.com/store/pc/catalog/ecm/ecm_Giotto_Classic_Parts.pdf

This is the one closest to the one you are looking for. Kindly save a copy also as this contains the part numbers of the machine. This could be very useful. Please let me know if you still need further assistance.

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