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  1. This is my 2nd Gaggia refurb. I detailed the first one here. For $65 CAD shipped to my door, there was no way I was going to turn this one down. I assumed it needed some love by the description of "it turns on and the the water heats up, but that's about it". It has the exact same internals as the Classic. Here it is, unpacked and ready to see what's wrong with it. Popping off the shower screen, it was pretty obvious why this machine wasn't doing anything. The holes in the shower plate were also clogged quite bad. All things considered, the boiler wasn't too bad. After a some scrubbing with small wire and brass brushes, a few cafiza and citric acid baths, most of the parts cleaned up nice. By hand, I used a 4mm drill bit to unclog the ingress and egress water holes on the group head. They were still plenty clogged. Now onto the over pressure valve. Unlike the classics that have a hex hole on the adjustment nut, this one required a set of needle nose pliers tips to fit into the outer sides of the nut. It was also seized quite bad and required several applications of penetrating fluid and some heat. This was probably the most stubborn part to deal with in the teardown. With everything cleaned up and now moving, I got it all back together and calibrated the over pressure valve. It was during the OPV calibration that I realized I had another problem to deal with. The integrated drain tube in the plastic housing was clogged quite badly which wasn't letting the water drain. This caused the pressurized water to spray everywhere instead of being sent down the integrated tube and out the front of the machine like it's supposed to. I didn't take any pictures of the unclogging process, but I had to take the whole shell apart and the unclog the drain pipe, which probably took about an hour of jabbing at it with a cut off wire coat hanger and some drill bits. The dried up coffee stuck in that thing was like cement. And now for a little sample of the machine running like it should. https://streamable.com/lvb6e This machine is going to live at my parents place, as my father has been quite envious of the quality of coffee coming out of my Classic. Now they can enjoy the same!
  2. I have a couple of earlier Baby Gaggias with the 3-way valve, so backflushing needs to be done. I clearly left it too long because - quite a lot of water was spritzing out of the top of the PF on pulling a shot - the PF wouldn't go all the way round and sit properly - obviously the coffee wasn't very good Having left it for too long, I had to do quite a bit of backflushing before all these issues cleared. Now the PF goes all the way round as usual and is watertight. Coffee tastes good again. So questions are: - how often to backflush if you make 3 cups per day? - are these extreme symptoms pretty typical?
  3. I have a "Gaggia New Baby 06 Nero" Ref: This got clogged due to hard-water and so I completely disassembled it, soaked all the relevant parts in descaler, and scrubbed and scraped all the limescale from everything. Immersing the boiler in descaler was a mistake as the descaler degraded the ceramic insulation of the heating elements that are integral with the boiler. This caused a small earth leakage current in the heating elements, sufficient to trip the house's RCD (residual current circuit breaker) rendering the machine unusable. I then drained the water out of it, put it in a box, and put it on my "to-do" list for about a year. I recently bought a new boiler and fitted that, and I also fitted a new group gasket and a new "shower disc" for good measure. This fixed the RCD issues, so it now pumps water to the boiler and the boiler now heats the water. If I turn the steam nozzle control, I get steam out of the steam wand as expected. However, I can't get so much as a single drop of water out of the group head's "shower disc", and attempting to back-flush the machine produces no water in the collection tray at all. So, based on these symptoms, what is broken and/or clogged?
  4. hi all People on here were super helpful with problems a couple of years back, so posting again.. I recently descaled my Gaggia Baby (after leaving it a bit too long for a hard water area). It was fine before the descaling. The descaling went fine, but now I have an issue with almost no water flow through the filter holder apparatus. It will just about make a coffee, but takes about 5 minutes instead of 5 seconds, and I'm worried it will give up altogether. Water seems to be escaping back into the water reservoir, as you can see bubbling in it as the machine is straining to produce a few drops of coffee. What to do? Thanks :-)
  5. Hi all, I've searched around a bit and found a lot of helpful stuff that's allowed me to keep my baby class going for a while now, but lately I'm stuck. It didn't get used/descaled much through the warm months, so I took it all apart to clean it up, which I've done before and it's worked wonderfully. This time though, I'm still not getting water flow to the head - it barely drips out. I've taken the 3 way off and cleaned multiple times, same with the boiler etc. If I run the pump with the 3 way disconnected water shoots out of the boiler no problem. I'm just a little stuck now as to whats wrong. Does anyone know of something I may have missed? It's about 3-4 years old. Thanks All
  6. I have 2 Babies - 2002 and 2005. Happy with both in general. But the 2002 model steams a little slower and takes longer to get to temperature. Works OK, just the 2005 is a little better. Does this point to a new steam thermostat?
  7. I've been watching eBay for a suitable Baby as a project, and the model I wanted was the one with 4 square buttons across the front, which should date from around 2004. So bought one and waiting for it to arrive. I wanted a Baby since the top comes right off and it's easier to work on than a Classic, and this model should also have the larger solenoid. I'm planning to swap in a Classic type OPV to get the pressure to 10 bar, though when it comes I'll put my pressure gauge on it and see what it has at present. Any other ideas for what to upgrade on this model Baby? Hopefully it all works fine already. It'll be a second machine if ever I have to work on my Classic.
  8. Going out on a limb here, guys. Do FrankenBabies exist...? The good points about a Baby are removable case for easy access to internals and easily accessible water tank. The bad things are switches and PCBs that just stop working due to moisture etc. The Classic is simpler and much more reliable, but you have to delve into the innards to service it, take off boiler to access OPV and solenoid etc. So is it possible to just fit all the Classic internals into the Baby and mount the three way switch assembly on the front - probably fits the Baby Class with a plate to hold it? Most of the internals are probably the same anyway. You may ask "why" of course..... But is this actually possible? Maybe it would resurrect some Babies from the scrap heap at least?
  9. hi everyone I haven't posted for a while. I bought a second-hand Gaggia Baby last year some time, and with my usual lack of organisation I haven't cleaned it yet. It has been used a couple of times a week in that time. Anyway, I have some Cimbali Ecocleaner tablets. Can I use them to clean it, following this procedure? If so, how many tablets? https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?1672-How-to-descale-a-Gaggia-Classic Cheers!
  10. Have recently upgraded so this is now for sale. Has a couple of cosmetic marks commensurate with a machine of this age which I have shown in pictures. Bought this off Martin on here about 5 years ago at which point the group head seal was replaced and have only just today replaced both thermostats which has corrected a temperature issue. Just pulled 4 shots of CH7 since doing this and all is ok. No leaks and boiler in very good condition. Comes with 3 double baskets, 1 single basket and a pressurised single basket. Stock Gaggia plastic tamper and instructions. Can also supply with a porlex hand grinder If somebody is just starting out. Prefer collection within reasonable mileage of Carlisle but if buyer wants to organise courier that's fine. £60 or £72 with porlex
  11. These are the main 3 I'm currently considering, the Cubika and Baby Class are in my price range right now, and the Classic is slightly out of my budget. Is it really worth investing the extra £40-50 or so to get the Classic, or should I get one of the other two? Are there any other machines in the sub £60 range I can look into? I'm not going for the most amazing cup, just something to get me started with home espresso. Thanks!
  12. I've recently purchased a Gaggia Baby Dose to replace my ageing Delonghi. After six weeks of experimentation with grinding, tamping pressure etc... the machine just does not seem to be performing. No crema and very slow extraction times - even when there is no coffee in the filter basket. Typical extraction times for a 40ml shot of water (it: no coffee in the basket) are 1m05s. This rises to 1m30s+ when adding coffee or (unbelievably) over 2m30s if using a coffee pod. Obviously I'm worried about damaging the pump with extraction this slow and am trying to ascertain whether the machine is simply faulty. When just pumping water it only comes out in a drip, and when making two cups of espresso it is very prone to dispensing (at an even slower drip) out of one side of the portofilter only so you end up with one full cup and one 1/4-1/2 cup. I've done all the cleaning/descaling I can think of (including shower head and related parts) but can't think of anything else to try. Any suggestings greatfully appreciated.
  13. Hi, 2.5yr old Black Gaggia Baby for sale. Good condition generally. Some light scratching and marking to the front reflective panel. Seals replaced using service kit around 1yr ago. Includes non-pressurised double basket (essential for making nicer coffee with this machine) - would cost around £7-10 now. All original equipment present (include the little crema device for the pressurised baskets) and in original packaging. Would probably recommend de-scaling the machine (de-scaler and instructions) before first use just to ensure any remaining standing water is flushed through - or I could do this at cost if a condition of sale. Would like £45. Ideally collection only from London. Box weighs 7kg - Royal Mail Parcelforce Worldwide express48 medium parcel delivery would be £16.40. Message me if interested. Thanks, Michael.
  14. Hello, I appreciate there are many many posts on this topic (believe me, I've read them all many times). However, none of them seem to be having the same trouble that I do - or they are solved with something I have already done. The main problem I am experiencing is not getting a consistent flow from my brew head. The steam wand works fine as expected. To give you a bit of history to how I came to own this machine and what I've done so far. I picked it up off Gumtree for a very small price (looking round, I don't think the lady was aware of the resale value). I got it home and made one of the best home coffees I've had - straight off the bat. The next day, I eagerly jumped out of bed to start the brewing and alas, no water emerged from the brewhead. It made the right noise but there was hardly any water whatsoever. The steam wand worked fine. After some googling, I realised it must be a limescale issue. I descaled with still no luck. Next, I opened the machine and removed the solenoid valve - clearing the blockage. This seemed to work for a short while (e.g. half a small jug) before it returned to the dribbling mess. At this point, I took the machine apart. I have descaled everything in sight and replaced various seals and gaskets. I even replaced the solenoid valve. I took apart the boiler and descaled the bottom bit twice. Last night I built the machine back up. Success! A good stream - all until the jug was half filled once again. The weird thing about this issue is this morning, I have turned on the machine again. From cold, it seems it can fill the jug, but any attempt to use it after this give you nothing but a dribble. I have various videos and loads of photos of the disassembly - I can make an album and share if it's easier. For now, I will leave just share these two videos. 1. Turning on from cold, waiting (~10 mins) for it to "warm up" and then pressing the brew button: https://goo.gl/photos/bXjrpwUDma3rmo2b7 2. Having stopped brewing (above) I then waited a further 5 minutes and pressed the button again. https://goo.gl/photos/zFPBCGgbTHvivah47 At various points I turn the steam wand on to prove water is in there ok and that it is functioning from that point. Any help would be appreciated. It's gone from being a fun "let's get this working again" project to a "I'm really really angry now and I want to punch it"
  15. For sale my beautiful Gaggia Baby Twin Purchased from Another Coffee Ltd in February 2014 for £369.99 - have the original receipt. Has been kept in immaculate condition since - descaled monthly, and always used with in-tank Brita filter. Regular Cafiza strip and clean. New gasket in December 2014. Rancilio V2 wand mod INCLUDED - also comes with the original stainless steel Gaggia wand. Twin boiler, touch sensitive buttons, active cup warmer - the most styling Gaggia available! Full manafacturers description available here: http://www.anothercoffee.co.uk/products/item100309.aspx Looking for just £199.99. Collection from Southampton - or courier postage can be arranged!
  16. Can anyone please tell me what size of OPV is fitted to the Gaggia New Baby? I have trawled the forums but can't find this info. anywhere. I am led to understand that, unlike the Classic, the New Baby's OPV is a non-adjustable plastic component, and I wish to replace it with a 'Classic-style' adjustable version. But there appear to be two sizes of this item - 1/4" and 1/8" - both described as being suitable for Gaggia machines. I am reluctant to disturb the existing OPV until I have a replacement to hand, so I'm unable to discover the size for myself. Thanks in anticipation.
  17. Hey there, So it seems I need a new boiler for my Gaggia baby (at the moment, there's no heat at all, but everything else works). I was going to order a new boiler from Mark @ gaggiamanualservice.com. But am a little scared as I can't find any instructions online. Anyone on here done anything similar in the past?
  18. Hi, all of a sudden, my Gaggia Baby Twin has stopped working. Brewed a lot of cups on sunday night (about 10 which is pretty heavy usage I guess...) and on monday morning the machine wouldn't start. No lights lighting up, no pump noise, nothing. I bought a new thermal fuse and replaced the old one, without any result. Anyone have any idea what the problem may be? Best regards, Aecus
  19. Hi! I've just got a used Gaggia Baby. As running clear water through showed me that a complete cleaning was *really* needed, I've dismantled most of it to get it cleaned. Before putting everything back, I took a picture and wondered if anyone would be able to tell me (looking at the pics), if there is an adjustable OPV like on the Classic or not and if yes, where it is ? Thanks!
  20. Hi all, if anyone has any manual gaggia machines,not bean to cup, that are faulty or broken ,pm me before you take them to landfill please
  21. Hi guys, I've started getting these high pressure water jets coming out of the shower screen. I've never noticed them before and so presume its new. Have done a full descale which hasnt helped. Any idea what causes this and if its a problem? It seems to be causing channeling in my puck (lots of dimples) which is making my shots taste bad. Video: Thanks!
  22. i recently purchased the above machine, (my first), used, from ebay (74825 or 74826 model, with the 6 buttons top front set in 2 triangles, manufactured in silver or red; sorry about detail but after searching the net 'baby dose' gives me the wrong model), anyway i'm looking for the instruction manual as the one i bought was missing. can anyone recommend a site or email me a copy of theirs or give me any other ideas even if its just the basic instructions as i'm desperate for a cuppa!!! thanks for taking time to read this thread coffee-lovers
  23. Hi guys - new to the forum (and home coffee). I've recently purchased a Gaggia Baby Dose from eBay - a 2006 model. I'm having some problems with the touch buttons. I use it everyday - and about 2 or 3 times a week - the buttons become unresponsive, then after about a minute, they start to self activate, seemingly randomly - until it's forcefully turned off at the back. Leaving it off for a while seems to settle it - but it's a slightly annoying problem. Any ideas? I've been told it's a new CPU or flow valve that's required. Thoughts?
  24. Please Help! I have been playing with the my new grinder & coffee machines and i cannot get a decent shot out of them! Every one tastes FOUL. I am running out of money with the amount of beans i am wasting! I have the Gran Macinino professionale Grinder, Its set on the finest setting. I wish it would go finer but was told that it should go far enough to stop flow but i can't get it to that point? The coffee machines are both Gaggia babies (one is a class the other a dose). I have just cleaned, descaled and replaced gaskets on both machines. I have treid different beans, different grind settings, even pre ground and in desperation i nipped to the shop and tried pods!, nothing appears to work? (i was shocked at the washing up foam that came out with the pod!!!! I have tamped lightly, tamped medium, tamped hard, and as then as hard as i can without breaking the portafilter handle!! I have tried warming the machine up for a few minutes, warming up for ages, running steam wand first, running steam wand during, etc..etc.. I have tried the double basket (non pressurised), the single basket, the pressurised single basket, the pod basket, I even tried that silly little nipple and pressurised basket that is supposed to make a foam crema?! I get different results out of both machines and no matter what i do its not fit to drink. I ran a flow test by pulling water through for a fixed time and the baby class has a slightly higher flow rate than the dose, but its marginal. I havent checked the pressure but then it has the plastic safety valve so non adjustable anyway! (without buying and installing OPV, but the cost of that means i might as well go buy a classic!) I got my laser gun thermometer out and checked the brew head temperatures, i checked the boiler temperatures, i checked the water temperature as it came through into the shot glass.... i even checked my own temperature by this point!!!!!!!!! Does anyone live near to J40 on the M1, west yorkshire, and know how to get a baby to make decent shots? Are you willing to give me an hour of your time to help me before i jump off a bridge with frustration?? I would love someone to use my machine and make a nice shot, show me where i am going wrong... I would then know whether to bin the machines or to bin the operator :-) I have another couple of machines in the house, a built in one, i think its crap but it works, and an old Bodum Granos and i can make a really nice shots and perfect microfoam with both of them.... but not a sign in hell of me doing it with the gaggia's so far??????????? Why why why why why why? ? ? ? ? ?
  25. Situation: I bought a Gaggia Baby Class D on eBay from a guy who clearly hadn’t been using it for some time, nor had he cleaned it - possibly not once. I cleaned it out, descaled it, backflushed it and got it running really nicely. It now makes great espresso. HOWEVER, it switches off when it gets hot, sometimes only after four minutes. The lights on the control panel go, none of the controls work and to all intents and purposes the Gaggia is dead. Left switched off for a while - sometimes it takes over an hour - it will switch back on. When left off for a couple of days it stayed on for much longer again (I even thought it had “fixed itself”), but the more frequent the use, the shorter the period of time it will stay on. Now, recently I discovered the boiler does heat water for the steam even when the machine is “dead”, as long as I keep it switched on at the back. It obviously can’t go on for a long time, as with no working control panel I can’t start the pump to suck more water to it. But it means the switch at the back works, and the boiler unit heats up. What I’ve done so far to fix it (with no luck): Changed the thermal fuse Changed both thermostats (for coffee and for steam) - numbers 30 and 31 in this diagram Taken out and cleaned any dirt off the circuit board and checked for visible faults Dismantled and reassembled the main power switch - no dirt. So - in a word - HELP!
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