Question about Miele CVA615 Espresso Machine
Actually, I had done all that and am very good about rinsing machine daily. Finally, had Miele come out and our problem was the beans. We had been using Starbucks beans for 4 years and there is just too much oil on the beans even with the cleaning. The screens were fine, but there was something that I honestly can't remember that was clogged. The technician had to take apart the brew unit to get it cleaned. There was so much "gunk" that had built up over the years even with the descaling and rinsing. We now use Dunkin Donuts coffee and it is amazing how there is no oil on those beans. Anyway, thanks for the help.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
The screens that the coffee grinds are squeezed in between are clogged. You need to remove the brew unit, remove the bottom screen, (should be one phillips screw in the center) and scrub the screens clean. You need to clean all of the really fine holes out so that the water can pass through. To prevent this in the future, use the rinse cycle on the machine frequently and also take the brew unit out and rinse it under hot water everytime you dump your waste unit.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Little more detail please?
Posted on May 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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The oils in this mud cake dry up right after the water dries up (over night) and presto you have concrete! This concrete becomes too thick to clean, so cleaning with tablets has to increase dramatically if you increase the strength of the coffee. If you leave it strong clean it weekly.
Normally you clean the brew unit with cleaning tablets every time you finish descaling. That's about once every 200-250 coffees based on the water hardness you set in the electronics. If you notice changes in the coffee water flow speed it's usually from clogging.
If you're handy get your camera. Take pictures of every step you do. Remove the brew unit. Disassemble the left top section (2 screws holding the long pipe). It compresses a 1/2" long spring. It may get away from you so be ready for it. The spring attached to a half round plastic button (valve) that looks like a rivet. Clean all brown gunk from this valve and the housing and you're cr?me will return. While you're in the cleaning mode remove the filter and clean inside under the filter. The filter is that round stainless steel screen disc with the phillips head screw in the centre.
All this is evidence that cleaning needs to be stepped up, good luck!
Posted on Jul 24, 2011
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