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Espresso machine Hello, When I turn the machine on,- about A minute later- I hear a loud bang, this has happened every day for the last month. Other than that the machine operates normally. What could that be? Thanks ALi

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Could be the contactor (Located in box under drain tray)for the elements kicking in (may be worn/going out)

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