Question about Jura Capresso Impressa S9 Coffee Maker/Espresso Machine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The problem you have is, there is a restriction in the intake of your flow meter. It usually is a piece of coffee that fell into you water receptacle when you had the water tank off. Then you filled the bean hopper and the chip of coffee fell in the receptacle, and then you replaced your water tank and that let the chip flow to your flow meter and now you have a slight flow of water and you always get the ventilate message.
You need to remove the flow meter (in the back bottom of the machine, attached to the tube that goes to the receptacle) and clean the intake side, and then remember "When you are working on either the beans or water, make sure that the other one is covered".
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
I have the same problem. I disassembled the unit body from the boiler. There was some scale, which I cleaned out. However, everything was flowing through the orifices with gravity -- no need to use a pipe cleaner because nothing is clogged.
So then I started tracing the flow of water. There is only one thing between the boiler and the shower head: the solenoid valve (in diagram ER0182 part # 27).
Sure enough, the solenoid valve will not accept water through the orifice that would route it to the shower head. Of course, this is with the solenoid unplugged and removed from the system. I soaked the orifice end of the solenoid valve in some decalcifiying solution in the hope that the solenoid piston may be jammed with a bit of scale.
Now I'm going to reassemble and hope for the best. However, my guess is that my solenoid valve needs to be replaced. Everything else is working (pump, valves, tubes, etc.).
I will report back.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Remove shower and screw, then run brew button, if that works clean shower, if not remove allen wrench screws and clean diffuser and valve on spirng.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
This is a really strange error, but it makes some sense if you own a S9 One Touch model. Then there`s a problem with the squeezing valve located behind the steam/cappuccino outlet. If this is an older model, then it could be a problem with the ceramic valve, but normally this makes the water flud all over the frontpanel and inside. In both cases, i would recommend to send the machine to the nearest servicecenter.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
n regards of the no prime issue. this is the only way i could prime this new puppy.make sure its stone cold which is a no brainer since it will not heat h2o unless its primed. first take off steamer plastic tip ,turn on steamer clock wise till pump starts. then **** the tip of the end of the metal tip hard until pump stops may need to do it a couple of times. yes this seems out of this world but it works. you are flushing out the vapor lock in the pump. bravo enjoy!
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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