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I'm getting a service 5 message on my Capresso C1500. I think it is a problem with my heating element. Can those be replaced, and where do you get parts for this machine?

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SOURCE: Jura Capresso c1500..........'Service 8'

I finally called Capresso, resigned to send mine in for service (I'm the same poster as above). Instead they walked me through how to clean a sensor on the inside of the machine, told me how to change the grinder settings to less fine, and made me promise to dry my beans from now on. Cleaning the sensor isn't too hard--you have to feel up behind a flap on the underbelly of the machine and wipe it off with dry clean paper towels. I recommend giving them a call--they were very helpful. Good luck!

Posted on Nov 04, 2007

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SOURCE: service 8 on Capresso 1300

The gears inside are clogged with coffee grounds. The machine will need to be taken apart carefully, and the gears cleaned of the coffee. I just did mine a C3000, and you will have to be careful to remember how all the parts go back together. This takes a T15 hex key for the screws. Good luck.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Coffee Maker manufacturers rarely sell individual parts for the machine aside from filters and whatnot. I recommend replacing it.

Posted on May 11, 2011

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I have tis same trouble now no water at all I need help fast
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Jura Capresso c1500..........'Service 8'


Used to get the Service 8 with increasing frequency until it almost froze up. Luckily I figured out an easy solution and my 5 year old refurbished C1500 with over 4000 coffees runs like brand new. Here's how:
Take out the grounds tray and reach in to pull back the flap up above where the grounds fall. There is a piston and cylinder thingy behind the flap kind of like a car piston. Take a wad of wet paper towel and shove it up there to clean it out. Then use a dry towel to dry it. Now the secret solution: Take a can of spray pam and point it at the piston and cylinder with the flap pulled back. Give it a couple good shots. Now you just need to get the machine to work that in between the piston and cylinder walls by running the rinse cycle until it frees up. You may have to run it a few times then unplug and let it cool for a couple hours and run it again. The motor overheats if the piston is really stuck so you need to let it cool down. Apparently this is lubricated at the factory with a FDA approved food grease from Dow Corning that needs to be replenished but hey no one is going to die from a little vegetable oil. Some day if it even hints at happening again (It has been 3 months now) I know what to do. Cheers!

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