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Hi My gaggia titanium is not frothing milk correctly. I've descents but that has still not solved the problem It's sounds like it's spitting Thanks

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Try this remove the parnello wand and open the valve if you get a nice burst of steam then the problem is in the parnello wand, if you get the same spitting, then there is something in the valve or the steam boiler that is preventing the proper flow of steam.

Posted on Jan 05, 2011

  • chrissy_stap Nov 14, 2015

    Clean the wand and there is a small hole at the top get a pin and unblocked the hole I've done it makes a difference

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