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  1. RobDGio

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    This works on a timer as an alarm clock plus coffee machine. You’d need a grinder…….but then you are leaving ground beans out overnight so maybe not the best option for getting the most out of coffee https://store.wallpaper.com/tabletop/tea-and-coffee/barisieur-white-and-rubber-wood-and-eu%2Fuk-plug-white-*-rubber-wood-12655295731858.html?keeplocale=true&Country=GB&gclid=Cj0KCQjwl_SHBhCQARIsAFIFRVUezcPnCRs41G99O5y5w4pseDBOe-YvQ0EYQQHrBPP54ygctMoKN8caAtINEALw_wcB
  2. I had the same confusion. So the boiler heats up to 120 I believe on initial start up and settles to what ever temp is set to. There is a chance you have also changed the display to show ACTUAL temp as opposed to PROGRAMMED temp. If you press and hold the + button it will show brew boiler temp, then quickly press and hold again to view steam boiler temp. If you have it set to display the actual brew boiler temp the first press and hold will appear to have done nothing as it’s already showing actual boiler temp. I suspect you originally had it to display programmed temp so will always show your
  3. The double spout portafilter should still allow you to pour into a shot glass. Just need the glass high up close to the spouts and should pour into one shot glass easy enough sounds like you are describing a low retention single dose grinder designed to allow regular changing of beans. Depending on budget that’s basically the Niche or the Solo (sub £500)
  4. Do you have a 2 second pre infusion pump run followed with a second of pump off pre infusion? not saying this has anything to do with issues you had just seems odd that the pump sounds like it switched off for one second at the 2sec mark
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  6. I’d go for the wilfa uniform over the svart. Think it might be about £270. Really good single dose grinder designed for brewed coffee. Very easy access to burrs
  7. @Kjk thanks for the detailed response and the link to the articles. I will give them a read tonight. just to clarify with regards to measuring time to fill headspace, is this the time from pump starting to seeing the pressure gauge start to go up (as in the headspace needs to fill before pressure will increase)? And would I want to set my PI initial pump run to that time and under. Or is this more to do with how long the pause phase goes for? Sorry if this should be an obvious thing for espresso machine users thanks
  8. Hello, looking to pick the brains of the collective hive mind! hoping to get people’s thoughts and advice on the two types of pre infusion on the Elizabeth. I’ve not really used them much as seem to get better results without preinfusion, or at least I’ve found it easier to keep things consistent without PI so far my questions are, what is the in-cup difference supposed to be with the bloom vs steam preinfusion and would one work better for a different type of drink than another. Ultimately I imagine it comes down to personal taste preference but wondered if there were any “rules of
  9. if you can find it for a good price the Wilfa uniform is a very competent filter grinder. It is a stepped grinder, unlike the chrono, but is a single doser so ties in with you already pre-weighing your beans. I've found it to be consistent with what you put in you get out weight wise (I assume there will obviously be some exchange going on but never had a noticeable issue with that) as well as having pretty decent consistency with grind size (eye balled only) It also has an auto-off when its finished grinding although is known to be quite a slow grinder (apparently deliberate, something
  10. Do you still have the little white filter cap on the water pipe? Think others have reported this rattles against the inside of the water tank
  11. I’m having a similar issue. Pressure spiking to 11-12 bar at times before slowly dropping . Sometimes perfectly set at 9 bar. Happens with coffee or blind basket. Tried reducing opv to 9 bar while running a blank basket. At the time was fine but then about an hour later when pulling a shot spiking up to 11 bar. Really don’t understand what’s happening
  12. I’ll get a video done in the morning. But yes, as you describe, no preinfusion what so ever but getting a higher pressure with coffee which jumps up to about 11 bar and slowly drops to around 9 bar. Sometimes under. However with a blind basket, Hits and holds 9 bar. It’s only started happening recently as was not an issue before. Initially I thought a dialling in issue (think you’ve replied to me on my other post) but now not so sure. As you say, doesn’t seem to make sense
  13. I’m also having this issue, where I am often getting close to 11-12 bar of pressure when pulling a shot but only ever hit 9 bar with blind basket. Keen to hear what people think…. I had wondered if I was grinding too fine and therefore getting high pressure (but also getting lots of channeling) but couldn’t work out how this would be possible assuming the opv ensures 9 bar when using blind basket….bit stumped
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  15. Might be a little off topic, but other than wiping and purging the steam wand after steaming milk, are there any other essentials to be carried out? I typically unscrew the nozzle and clean that fairly regularly but should I be doing anything in addition for the internals of the wand itself? (Using lelit Elizabeth) doing all the other cleaning advice listed above for the group etc thanks
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