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  1. mine was slightly above 10 bar before I have adjusted to 9 bar, you can readjust the pump pressure from the screw underneath the machine but if you are not sure on how to do it, it is better to ask the dealer. thanks for sharing this
  2. I see , mine is still new and it could be as Dave said a newer version may have a different points for pressure measurement. I really appreciate your comment it is always good to know other user experience
  3. Interesting Sorry but for how longe you own it?
  4. Thanks to all your replies it helps a lot i am attaching ecm reply witch was very much similar to yours
  5. @DavecUK thank you very much that was really helpful. I might not really fully understand the technical explanation but I got the point of the gicleur size and the process of filling preinfusion chamber. In addition I wrote to ECM technical support and I will share their views once I received it.
  6. Here is a video with blind filter, I have done back flush several time but the pressure still stays at 6 bar initially before it moves to 9 bar. https://youtube.com/shorts/fG6x8Qncs4c Without using the portafilter, the pressure remains at 6 bar
  7. https://youtube.com/shorts/sN__x4zPI8o here is a video explaining the issue
  8. Thanks, I am working on it soon I will upload a video
  9. Hi guys I have an ecm synchronika bought it a week a go and I have noticed that when I pull up the lever to brew my espresso the pressure stays at 6 bar for some time then it proceed to 9 bar. I have emailed BB in this regards and they told me this is normal with ecm synchronika but It doesn’t convince me at all so thought of writing to you since you guys are using same machine.
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