Question about Gaggia Baby Espresso Machine
I have now solved this problem. The lack of flow associated with the pump working but running quietly is caused by the Group Head being blocked with limescale. Normal descaling cannot remove it because it cannot penetrate the Group Head.
Removing the Group Bell can be achieved using a collection of screws (see photo) and works no matter how stubborn the thing: levering it with a screwdriver in my case was impossible as it was so well glued on.
I figure that the advice to replace the rubber seal once per year is a good one because it forces you to remove the Group Bell and clean it out.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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