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About Diggy87

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  1. Hey everyone, it’s been while since I posted a problem... So when changing water in my Gaggia Classic I noticed a slimey like film on top of the water (could have been like that for a while but usually just top the water up, this time I removed the tank to was it) so much I cleaned it refitted used for a couple of days, removed the tank again and they layer of film was there again. It looks like the silicone tubes are full of the build up too. Has anyone else come across anything like this? the silicon tubing I fitted was sold as food grade so I didn’t think it would be that breaking down, but I’m not sure now?
  2. Whoops yes, I meant to say leave it for 30 minutes after you've tuned it off again. That is what I did
  3. I had this, you just need to dry it out, If I remember rightly just disconnect the earth and leave it to heat up for 30 mins or so. just don't touch the casing and you'll be fine just turn it on and off at the wall
  4. I've got an MC2 and although it is a PITA to get dialled in, once dialled in it isn't a bad grinder (for a beginner set up) it works great alongside my 2006 Gaggia Classic. Don't give up on it and treat yourself to some decent beans
  5. Oh My God Take my money!!! Oh wait I may need a niche first.....
  6. Nope not the barista... Ok so I know that Starbucks is not the best coffee (infact I think it’s pretty bland) BUT I do get a ‘free’ drink from there most weeksthrough my health insurance. Usually I have some form of iced coffee or icedtea, yesterday I decided to give the newish blonde range a try, I went for aflat white and my god it was awful!!! I won’t be making that error again. When I say awful I mean I’d rather have one of their standardover-roasted flat whites Has anyone else tried this range?
  7. Ahhh gutted I missed this, if anyone drops out for any reason please let me know and I'm 100% in
  8. Hi @HowardSmith, please could you send me the link :) Thanks in advance.
  9. I suspect hat the OP means, instead of adding hot water to the espresso, but instead of stopping the shot for the espresso are they pulling a super long shot creating a very long and bitter espresso that they are calling an Americano
  10. Will the naked pf fit a gaggia classic? If so I would like to offer £15 for the pf and tamper
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