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Is it possible to raise the dispensing temperature

My espresso is not as hot as i would like it be.

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  • Julian Scales Sep 10, 2008

    Please advise how one sets the water level to high as I also have too low a dispensing temperature. There is nothign in the manual povided with my machine unfortunately.

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Make sure you have the water setting to high and preheat your cups

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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