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I have a Saeco Royal Coffee Bar ,Cappuccinatore doesn't draw milk

I have a Saeco Royal Coffee Bar and the machine works perfectly with the exception of the Cappuccinatore attachment. When I switch to Cappuccinatore there is lots of steam generated but it does not draw any milk. I have fiddled with the little valve on the Cappuccinatore but have had no success in getting it to draw milk. Is there a trick to it or is my Cappuccinatore defective?

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also check that the milk is cold. temperature makes a big difference. also try pulling the "pin" on the side up and down to get the milk flowing.

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Try this, the valve diagram shows that you twist the knob, but you left it up and down to adjust the flow. You could also check that the container you have the milk in, is lower in height than the cappuccinatore to help it siffin the milk up from its container. Make sure the cappuccinatore is fitted correctly pushed in fully and half fill a cup with milk and pull the valve adjuster up a small amount and push the button. It should start pushing steam out the cappuccinatore and then within a few seconds it should start siffining milk up the tube.

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Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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