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Pressure problem Hello, I just bought an Isomac Giada de Lux, and have a problem with the pressure: it goes up to 8-10 bars quickly when starting up the machine, but goes down to zero quickly after the coffee light switches off, and does not goes up again afterwards. Then when I try and make a coffee, there is no foam, and it tastes like filter coffee. Is there something wrong with my machine or am I ding something wrong (the user manual is really basic). Thank you, Nathana?l

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Just a thought here...are you using the correct grind of coffee and have you tamped it thoroughly to keep the pressure up through the grounds? There are a number of sites on the web which talk about how to use an espresso maker. I'm sure you'll get the inspiration you need there to learn to do it right.

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