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  1. View Advert ECM Barista 2013 ECM Barista manufactured in 2013, purchased used in 2018. Original owner used it sparingly. It has been serviced annually since 2018. The pressure release valve, vibratory pump, and group gasket (silicone) have all been replaced in the past 2 years. Has only been used with filtered water plus in-reservoir ECM-brand water filter. £550, pick-up in E8 only. Advertiser izzimg Date 10/07/21 Price £550 Category Machines  
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    ECM Barista manufactured in 2013, purchased used in 2018. Original owner used it sparingly. It has been serviced annually since 2018. The pressure release valve, vibratory pump, and group gasket (silicone) have all been replaced in the past 2 years. Has only been used with filtered water plus in-reservoir ECM-brand water filter. £550, pick-up in E8 only.

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  3. I purchased my second-hand ECM Barista in 2018 from the original owner, whom used it sparingly. I have had it serviced annually, replaced the vibratory pump, replace gaskets and lube the cam when needed, and use filtered water plus the ECM brand in-reservoir filter. Any idea on baseline for ECM HX machine of this age and upkeep? Any help appreciated!
  4. Hi @MrBenn! I am just getting ready to sell my ECM Barista. Produced in 2013, I bought it in 2018 and have had annual service with Espresso Clinic in Hackney, replaced the vibratory pump with a new one, and have been using ECM-brand filter in the water reservoir as well as filtered water in. I'm not sure if it would fit, but it is on the smaller side of HX machines. Let me know if it would be of interest!
  5. My company is moving into a new workplace post-lockdown, and a couple of the coffee snobs in our group have been tasked with bringing forward a business case for our 30-40 person studio in London. We feel comfortable teaching our co-workers to use the machines with care, and there would be budget for a service regime. I've suffered through bad superautomatic machine coffee enough over the years, and I'd like to find a workhorse 1-, or ideally 2-, group prosumer/professional machine that we can couple with some solid grinders for an elevated espresso set-up in the office. Our budget would reach toward a Linea Mini, however I'm aware that other solid options are out there for less. I think it would be preferable to find a solid 2-group machine for the price of a Linea Mini, as there is potential for a plumbed-in, professional machine set up. Any thoughts welcome, I look forward to researching any ideas further!
  6. Great @Nicknak ! Sounds like a deal. Feel free to DM your address and I will give you payment details.
  7. Sorry about the delay @joey24dirt, have been under the weather. I would accept £12 posted. Are you still interested?
  8. @joey24dirt Could you DM me your post code so I can verify if this makes sense? Thanks!
  9. Purchased in error, unable to return. Originally purchased May 2019 from TheEspressoShop.co.uk. Very good condition. This is the exact item: https://www.theespressoshop.co.uk/en/Faema-Bottomless-Portafilter-with-21gm-Filter-Basket/m-3734.aspx Has slight abrasion at the beginning of the neck, as seen in the second photo, and also a slight abrasion/bend as seen in the third photo at the 1 o' clock mark. Asking £10 OBO, pick up from Hackney/Central London, or add the cost of shipping to the price. From the website: "Faema Bottomless (Naked) Portafilter supplied with 21gm Filter Basket, wings 7.2mm. Also suitable for Brugnetti-Aurora, Casadio and ECM machines"
  10. Help! I just picked up a 2013 ECM Barista a week ago and upon descaling a bit of water splashed over the machine and dripped down over the boiler. I disassembled quickly and padded it dry as best I could, but now the machine keeps tripping the circuit breakers when the boiler starts to heat up. I'm frantically trying to figure out a remedy because the descale solution is still inside the boiler and I know it shouldn't be in there for more than 30 minutes... Anyone know how I should proceed in this situation? I'm trying to figure out a way to get the descale solution out of the boiler and I'll eventually take it to be serviced if this keeps up...
  11. I am interested but I started doing some more research on new machines and how much it would take to get to Chippenham by car (I don't own one) and the total cost ends up being just too close. For example, the recent Expobar DB that was re-upped looks more like what I'm after from a budget perspective. Sorry for the uncertainty!
  12. Thanks for the deliberation, but I’ll have to pull my offers/interest. £1k is quite close to a new DB machine, so I’ll await something similar at a lower asking price. If you list on eBay, will you list as an auction or buy-it-now?
  13. Thanks for clarifying @lookseehear , I believe I was first in expressing interest on the forum, and I would be willing to offer £925 for all that you’ve listed.
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