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If it's the same as the used one I just picked up, there is a dial position for coffee, with a little cup on it. The dial position for steam is the one that cares about the positoin of the steam/hot water button.
The coffee position will never use steam and you don't need worry about the position of the steam button if you're not frothing milk.

Faema FA60081 | Answered on Mar 22, 2013


I have no clue about this product, but at the terminal board how many
wires come from machine to the board,or just wires coming from machine. A 220v, should have 2 hot, neutral,gr, so 4 wires. Depending
on what it looks like, the wires come from machine to a board or just wires.then the colors of those wires.

You should send them an email asking for help or schematic.
I posted there website below. Sorry could not help further.

http://www.faema.net/site/index.html

Faema FA60081 | Answered on Dec 29, 2012


I might be able to help you repair it. First I need the model of the machine is it a DUE/A or a Special 87. Next check the steam wand tip to make sure it is not blocked, if not blocked, you might have to remove the top panel, if it is a due there are 8 screws on the top if it is a special 87 there might only be 4 or a series of panels. Turn off machine and disconnect from power. Then follow pipe from steam valve to boiler, remove the pipe you will notice blockage either in the pipe or at the boiler fitting, clear blockage. For the group heads I would check the screens make sure there is no damage, and check the grind on the coffee grinder that might be too coarse.

Faema FA60081 | Answered on Apr 18, 2012


Check the knob setting, there is 1-0-2, make sure machine is turned to #2. I will assume that there is water in the boiler, check sight glass. If machine has been turned to #2 and after 10 minutes there is still no heat, check by running the group and testing water. then the hi-limit switch tripped and needs to be reset, if you remove the 8 screws on the top panel and look between the groups you will notice a red push knob in a rectangular box with 6 wires and a silver tube coming to it. Push in red pin, then turn machine to #2.

Faema FA60081 | Answered on Feb 07, 2012


Setting number 1 - turns on the groups and the inlet solenoid, so that the machine can fill and you can test the groups but it will not heat up. If the boiler is empty or you are setting the machine up for the first time you would turn it to one so that it can fill up, then you would turn to 2.

Setting number 2 - Turns on the everything, so the machine can heat up.

Faema FA60081 | Answered on Aug 15, 2011

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