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Professional series Starbucks coffee machine tells me to "Service Water Filter" We have replaced the cartridge filter unit at the back of machine and it still displays that same.

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  • surfblu Mar 14, 2011

    I would be happy to help. Can you please provide the model name or number of your Starbucks coffee machine? Thanks!

  • ray_genier Mar 14, 2011

    Yes it's a "CAFECTION" model#SB10301

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Hello. This will be a trial and error situation. Increase the scoops of coffee to 7 and see how it tastes. If it is still a wee bit weak at 7, jump it up to 8. Joe

4 thmbs up please. Thank you.

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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Remove the black plastic thing from the filter basket.Check if that is cracked or broken.If its broken replace it,other wise remove it and clean it internally also clean the head gasket.:---It is held in by a little retaining clip. To get it out without damaging. Remove the spout (use a screwdriver wrapped with masking tape so you don't damage the spout...then use the screwdriver to leverage off the spout). Once you have the double or single spout off...get in there with a screw driver and pop it out! See fig below:-- helpmech_72.jpg its purpose is to insulate the pouring espresso from the portafilter, keeping it hotter. -------------

Remove the retaining clip for the basket with the tine of a table fork - easy!
- Remove the spout - you can use a screwdriver to loosen the double spout.
- A techscrew driver bit will be useful,It just needs to be something hard and cylindrical you can hit with a hammer to knock the plastic liner out. A bolt with an appropriate diameter would work fine.
- Placed the group head upside down on the carpet (to avoid scratching it on a hard surface) and give the driver bit a tap with a hammer whilst holding it against the bottom of the plastic liner.. It pops out with the tiniest of taps (and undamaged )

This is how dirty it gets/.Remove this and clean it and also check if its damaged:--See fig below:--

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Try this cleaning and checking.This will help.Thanks.Keep updated.Helpmech.


Posted on Feb 11, 2011

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It's a Dual Stage Filter System and they're both activated carbon filters which is correct for this system.

Full Details, Manuals & Spares at the links below.

http://products.geappliances.com/ApplProducts/Dispatcher?REQUEST=SpecPage&Sku=GNSV70FBL

https://www.geapplianceparts.com/GEApplianceParts/Dispatcher?REQUEST=ACCESSORY


If you need any further assistance just ask.

Cheers

Andy

Posted on Jul 12, 2011

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