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  • kakima Mar 20, 2011

    What make and model camera? Do you have a memory card installed? If so, what type and size? Is the card formatted?



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Reduce resolution of pictures or get a bigger memory card

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My Talea touch plus is struck in the cleaning cycle after a de-scaling.

Normally it drips at the beginning and then becomes a steady stream throughout the shot. The truly determining factor is how fast the shot is coming out. You want to get 2 to 2 1/2 ounces of espresso in 20 to 25 seconds. If it's coming out that slow it's going to be a lot longer, and odds are the grind is still a touch too fine still. Sounds like you need to just tweak a bit to get an even better shot. Also, keep in mind with the Saeco supers, there is a 2-3 shot delay in changes you make in grind before it makes an effect.

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Go to your local market and purchase a 3 ounce measuring glass. Place it where you place your coffee cup and hold down the small button, it should enable program mode. Stop it once it reaches 1 ounce or your desired amount.

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3, Adjust the tamp(packing pressure) of the coffee, fill the portafilter with coffee a little over the top, then level it out and tamp to the fill ring on the inside of the basket.

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