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I have an older Wega 2 group espresso machine. Looks like a date of 1992 on the group head, but not sure. This has no model name that I can find. Anyway, when I turn it on I get all lights flashing after it heats up 5 minutes or so. I do get nice steam from the wands. I drained teh tank and found a little scale, but not much. I took apart the group heads and cleaned them thinking it may be a clog there, but that doesn't seem to have worked. Also fwiw the water level float is not visible and when I try to add water with the lever it lets off a little drip/steam, but doesn't effect the float/water level as far as I can see.

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  • lwells2000 Oct 16, 2010

    what are you talking about? Stay away from my questions. I am asking about an espresso machine and you start talking non sensical bs about a fridge.

  • lwells2000 Oct 16, 2010

    The other answer was clueless idiot talking about a refrigerator. Anyone know about espresso machines?

  • lwells2000 Oct 16, 2010

    Much better thank you, sorry for the response!

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For a new fridge, need more time to maintain the required temperature of the fridge abut mainly the goods in it? So everything seems normal. The time will be reduced day by day since the goods will stay for longer time in and door opening will become less and less.

So don't worry everything seems fine.

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    espressonist Oct 16, 2010

    Sorry about that , here is your solution

    The all light flashing mean that the boiler refill take more time than it should be and in this case the machine stop the refill process that is why you don't see the water level float since the boiler it does not fill properly.

    So first of all you should check if the water pump work and you have the 9 bar pressure.

    If yes then the piping water inlet must be disassemble and clean from scale in order refill boiler freely. This is what we have got from your description.

    You can check the above and if you notice anything else you can comment it back and we can advice you accordingly.

    Sorry about that , here is your solution

    The all light flashing mean that the boiler refill take more time than it should be and in this case the machine stop the refill process that is why you don't see the water level float since the boiler it does not fill properly.

    So first of all you should check if the water pump work and you have the 9 bar pressure.

    If yes then the piping water inlet must be disassemble and clean from scale in order refill boiler freely. This is what we have got from your description.

    You can check the above and if you notice anything else you can comment it back and we can advice you accordingly.

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