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  1. Hi, if anyone has that code ,id be very grateful as well! Al
  2. Ive no size constraints this time, we moved house last July so more space and i was hoping to spend no more than 250£ although i know i wont get a Pavoni for that
  3. Hi Rob, i think you told me before to get a lever! i wouldnt mind but it seems a bit more of a fuss? is the DTP a good machine?
  4. Hi, well after 4 and a half years my Gaggia Baby needs another service and a new Solenoid by the looks of it, do i spend on this or just buy a new Classic? i only have espresso , no milk at all, and i dont want a lever machine, any help would be great!
  5. No, this wasnt listed as faulty, unless i missed it! http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/272577409237?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
  6. [video=youtube_share;aJaUC6Lxc5A]https://youtu.be/aJaUC6Lxc5A
  7. No! i dont! the tank comes off easily, i just take it off and fill it!
  8. no worries, no there's nothing wrong with it i promise. im just used to the Baby being easy to fill and having to move this back and forth, (i know that'ts lazy!) but id rather have something i didnt need to move at all.
  9. No, i can take the water tank off the Baby without moving the rest of it, the Silvia tank is totally different
  10. No idea sorry, i was asking on the Rancilio Silvia forum last week on any tips and Jacko112 posted a link to this machine on ebay, i just bought it from there
  11. No, the water tank is easily taken off without having to move anything
  12. Bought this last week without really checking dimensions, also i cant top up the reservoir without having to move the machine because of the counter space. so back to reading up specs before buying another machine! £200 posted
  13. Got it for £175, itll be worth a try anyhow!
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