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Kenwood ES547 Cofee Machine

I need to take it apart to put a new boiler unit in as mines cracked. Do you know where I can get instructions about how to do this.

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Kenwood Cafe Retro - ES547 : disassembly instructions:

I've just taken my machine apart - it took a little force & ignorance :-) - I found this URL with loads of useful photos etc, thought it might help

http://www.kenwoodservice.co.uk/product-files-kar/espresso_makers.htm


Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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    Miguel Vergara Nov 28, 2015

    HI Kramer123
    Link does not work, do you have intructions? how did you get the vapor handle off?
    thank you

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Hi,

I have instructions how to do this.

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