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How to disassemble for troubleshooting?

A friend has one that will not turn off - as soon as it's plugged in, the pump runs continuously. I feel pretty confident about troubleshooting the electrical parts, but we haven't figured out how to get the top cover off! The two big conical plastic inserts on either side of the portafill seem like the key, but having taken them out I can't see what to do next.

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  • Anonymous Nov 03, 2007

    I'm on my second Breville with the same problem. You plug it in and the pump starts without pressing the power button. The first Breville I had was kindly taken back by the manufacturer and now I have to do it again. I'm wondering whats going on here. It appears to be a mellon of a product.

  • Anonymous Jun 08, 2008

    my machine was dead. replacing the #6 zener diode as mentioned in this post fixed it:



    "The zener diode, labeled ZD6 (1N4749A) on the circuit board was burnt."

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This is fairly explicit:
http://siber-sonic.com/appliance/breville.html

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You might have to remove two torx screws from the back (top) of the 800esxl in addition to the two cones with Philips screws in their middle's on either side of the main water out where the portafilter fits. then push the top lid forward from the back to the front.

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I can't get the clear plastic cover off the circuit board... Seems there might be another screw I am missing. Also, can't get the gray plastic cover off the left hand side, near where the power cord goes into the machine

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Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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I just tried disassembling it. With the machine facing you, the
circuit board is on the left panel. You just need to unscrew and take off the grey plastic on the left, and you will see the electric
cord and a circuit board inside a clear plastic case.
There are 2 grey plastic conical inserts (they are recessed into
the machine) one on each side, next to where the water drips into
the coffee filter, use a long philip head screw driver to loosen the
screws until the inserts drop. These two inserts are holding the top lid in place. Now with the machine facing away from you,
push the top lid forward, it should come right off.

You can now take the circuit board clear case out. Carefully
and gently pull the wires out with a piler, some are difficult to
pull.

I probed around different components. The zener diode, labeled
ZD6 (1N4749A) on the circuit board was burnt. When not burnt, you should
read about 0.46V when you test it with a multimeter. This diode
is next to 2 blue electrolytic capacitor. This zener diode is
easy to find, it is like 5 cents, definitely not $40.

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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After taking off the two big conical inserts, you have to slide very strongly the top from the back to the front. It will pop out and then you will be able to remove the top.

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

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The lid slides forward and then lifts off.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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