I have had this machine for a long time but was using my favorite one till it recently passed away. soooo very sad. I lost the manual and dont know where to put the milk in this one. Does the milk go to the right of the machine at the front or under the cap that looks like it goes on an oil tank?
i put water in it and the water jug part but the espresso just keeps pouring like it's making regular coffee?
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I had one of these many years ago and, whilst I cannot remember the proportions, you warm the milk and the butter (unsalted!) very gently until the butter just melts (or melt the butter separately and add to the milk). Then put it through the machine. I seem to remember you often had to make two or three passes to get all the butter and milk to combine. I guess that the proportions of milk to butter are quite flexible depending on what sort of cream you want. I'd try small quantities till you get the required result. Start with one part butter to 2 to 4 parts milk by weight.
i'll preface this by saying i have never used a strarbux machine, but I have used dozens of others (daily habit for 18 years now)
when are you trying to get your steam (ie before or after brewing the espresso) If you have been trying before, wait till after (if your machine does not let you turn off the espresso output then when the coffee starts to slow down (just past the peak of flow). It should take only a few seconds to steam the milk. (also the closer to the surface of the milk that the steam is released the frothier the milk will get)
use a little steel wire in the hole in the pipe to remove old milk residue you dont have to go to deep in the pipe 1 or 2 inch inside you have to remove the black plastic piece that goes in the milk thanks pierre
Remove the wall plug and the batteries at the same time, wait ten minutes, put the batteries back first and then plug it back in and turn the key to Reg, you should see a row of zeros across the display as the machine resets itself.
If this doesn't happen the machine is dead and that is very unusual for a Casio.
please relay on your experience realizing that you now have new steam pipe(with different holes in the end of it and different pressure) you will need to get use to them and get maximum quality of that steam pipe. my advice:
every time hold your hand in the bottom of milk container, so that you will prevent overheating which often gives the result you mentioned.
I recently acquired the same model of espresso maker. I have found that you have to turn it on, and give the water time to heat up before attempting to use the steam function. If you turn on the steam knob too early, it will shoot out a stream of water, so you have to wait till the water is hot enough... probably 3 minutes or so. I'm assuming that you already know that you just place the steam spout into a mug of milk to both heat it up and create foam simultaneously.