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I melted the rubber seal
I have the same problem. Scraped most of the rubber off mine with a knife. I'm going to try steel-wool next, as the whole thing is stainless-steel (or perhaps in your case, Aluminium), it should take a good sound beating. I wonder if there are any solvents that would dissolve the rubber?
Hello I've had my stove top Bialetti for many
I do not supect the basket just make sure it is not blocked with limescale or other debris as this will reduce the flow of steam through your coffee grounds.
if this is ok then check the pressure release valve on the lower chamber it may be open or defective see if steam is coming out of it when your use your machine if you do not get pressure in your lower chamber it can not lift all the water to the top.
i do not know if the pressure release valve is a replaceable part.
The little side on/ off push button is broken on my red bialetti mokissima trio Can this part be replaced?
Acording with bialetti.com that part is not avaliable for replacement, someone who's familiar fixing electrodomestic stuff might give you a better opinion, if can make the trick for you for a few bucks or you can check if is just spring missing, if anything looks right, it could be a fuse inside but you have to open it to check, if you never fix nothing electric before, get some of your friends can check it for you on your presence, never ever leave your machine with no body, you can see it for the las time if you leave it with some one you dont know very well, like your husband or son.
Bialetti mini espresso coming out very slowly
Hi there... have had this problem. sounds like you have minerals deposit problem. Put vinegar in water tank, then start machine to let all vinegar come out , it should clean it well. then do over again with water so next coffee doesn't taste like vinegar .If by the time the vinegar pasted through and water doesn't come out faster , it must be another problem. Hope this helps.
Why coffee will not come out
Firstly check for clogged holes from where the water comes out. Clean out with big pin or the end of a paper clip. Second, check if mineral deposits have clogged the uptake of the water. Boil a round with diluted vinegar and rinse with several other rounds. Thirdly, make sure you have inserted the coffee holder component correctly i.e. snugly where it fits.
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