Question about Gaggia Evolution Espresso Machine
Hi, my Gaggia is not drawing water into the pump. I've tried the suggested solution of forcing water into the pump by syringing it up the intake hose, but with no luck. Thinking that it could be an airlock that ain't shifting, I took a hammer to the pump - gently of course. Also to no avail. Everything else on the machine seems to work correctly - heater, steamer. My coffee cups and jar of Illy look sad and forlorn - help needed quickly please!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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On the water reservoir there is a little black disk, a magnet, I think... If that is not against the machine it will display the prime error. Empty the water from the reservoir and tilt it so that the disk is against the machine. Place the reservoir empty back on the machine and fill it with water carefully as not to move the disk. When the water level gets to the correct position, the prime error will go away.
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