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My espresso machine doesn't heat the water - all the lights on the switches come on, and the water pump runs,but it pumps out cold water & no steam! is it a thermostat? And how do I test the part?

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If it heats with the steam switch, its your brew thermostat. If it doesn't, its your heating element.

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