Question about Astra Mega II Espresso Machine
There is either 1 of 2 things going on:
1 - The machine does not need water or
2 - The inlet solenoid is damaged.
If the boiler is full the machine will not call for water, to test this you could remove the top panel and disconnect the level probe, then turn the machine on, if it calls for water then the boiler was full and it did not need anymore. If it does not call for water then the inlet solenoid is possible damaged. To Check the inlet solenoid which is on the bottom right of your machine, you can do a resistance check on the coil, to make sure it is working, and or loosen the output of the solenoid to see if water is flowing when it is calling for water.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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