Question about La Marzocco Linea Group 1 Espresso Machine
We have two power cords attached to the machine. One(the smaller cord) is without a plug end. Is this for 110 or 220? How do we purchase another plug end?
The smaller cord goes to the external pump. DO NOT put a cord cap on this and plug it into the wall, you will cause significant damage to the machine and the wall.
You should have a large oblong shaped pump with wires coming out of it that is separate from the machine. You need it to run the machine. If you need a pump, let me know.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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