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Gaggia Evolution is overheating

My Gaggia Evolution is about a year old. Recently it appears to be overheating. Coffee comes out with little crema, and seems ''grainy-like''. It runs so hot I can steam the milk without switching the steam switch on!

I descaled the machine several times thinking it had something to do with it. It did not help...

Any ideas?

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Tzachi

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Check the thermostat on the side of the boiler, that might be damaged.

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