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No steam - steam jet does not heat

I have a new Livietta T2 and everything works fine except the Steam Jet/Diffuser. It only leaks cold water and does not get hot nor create steam. Any ideas? Thanks, AT

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  • kickboxing77 Apr 21, 2008

    I did that, but it still does not get hot. Is there a reset button or a switch that needs to be turned on?

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1. Turn off and unplug the machine.
2. Wait 2 hours.
3. Remove the water tank.
4. Remove the top cover. (Two screws in the top)
5. Remove the back/side cover. (Two screws along the top crimp)
6. Locate the thermocouple.
6.a The thermocouple is on the left side of the machine, on the back side of the heater block. It's a small pin with a plastic knob on it.
7. Press the pin on the thermocouple in.
7.a. If the thermocouple is not out, pull it out and press it back in.

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Just clean the valve...
u wi get fixed sir..

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Apr 22, 2008

    not reset.. i think the heating element inisde the machine is not working..

    u will have to replce that element...



    then u get solved..

    thank you

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