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  1. Had my dual boiler since December and still struggling to get the pressure any lower than 10.5 bar. I have had loads of different beans since Christmas, and with all of them the pressure rises to 10.5 bar. I have tried grinding coarser, but then I end up with shots which gush out in 18-20 seconds. Am I missing something really obvious? Could pre-infusion settings have anything to do with this? Thanks in advance!
  2. Good evening all, I have a 1995 Gaggia TE which I recently cleaned up and put into use after it was dormant for about 2 years with it's previous owner. In the past 2 weeks it has developed a bit of a fault. Basically, the P-Stat is releasing once the pressure inside the boiler reaches 1.1 to 1.2 bar, which is what is expected. However, the water in the boiler is not up to temperature, or at least it doesn't seem to be as no steam is produced at first. I have to force the P-Stat to re-engage the heating element several times (by opening the steam valve) before it starts producing any steam at all. To me it seems like the boiler is over pressurizing before reaching temp, which seems impossible as pressure is directly related to the temperature of the water inside the boiler?! If I adjust the P-Stat up to around 1.4 bar then it is much better at reaching temperature from the off, but still not quite right, however that (1.4) is approaching the redline on the gauge. From my (limited) understanding, it should be fine at around 1.1 bar, correct? Thanks for reading, I'm not sure if that makes any sense but I feel better getting it down on paper (so to speak). ATB, ACRO
  3. Hi all, This forum has been recommended to me by a fellow gaggia classic owner. I've sadly neglected to change the gaskets and rubber washers on my machine for about 8 years. TBH i didn't know (until recently) that this was supposed to be a regular maintenance task. but i'm on the case now. I've stripped everything back and got the boiler out, undone two of the bolts keeping the head on, but two are stuck. I'm guessing due to some rust on the other bolts they maybe corroded. I'm hoping someone can recommend a solution to free these nuts. I've thought about chilling it and using wd40, but so far resisted temptation now hoping for some more experienced advice. I've linked a picture of the problematic screws/bolts Thanks in advance Sam
  4. Unexpectedly, the group on my twin boiler Fracino Piccino stopped producing hot water yesterday. I searched online advice and suspected I may have induced an air lock - although I wasn't convinced.... Today, I took it apart and, with the power on but no chassis (being very careful too!) I checked the flow of electricity from the mains input through to the group boiler. It's worth noting that Fracino have loads of excellent PDFs online, including a comprehensive parts list and wiring diagram. I found two thermostats on the boiler, they should both have live current going through them and terminating on one side of the boiler element. Using a voltmeter I found that the lower stat was closed (power flowing through)but the top one was open, effectively preventing mains power reaching the element. This stat should only open once the temperature reaches 90 degrees or so at the top of the boiler. With the mains power off, I removed the stat by unscrewing it and gave the spade contacts a good wiggle! Using a continuity tester I found that the contacts had now closed. I popped the stat back on, reconnected the spades and powered it up. The group boiler immediately heated up and the stat opened when the outside of the boiler reached about 60 degrees. It's been working fine now for the rest of the day! I'll order a new pair of stats from Fracino and replace both of them asap. I hope this helps someone in the future - a frustrating problem with a simple solution
  5. Hi, my first post so hopefully it's in the right place. I inherited a Francis Francis X1, first generation with Aluminium boiler. I'd really like to use this machine but am concerned about the aluminium boiler and possible health risks so would like to find out about converting it to a brass boiler. I had seen mention of it on a thread in the forums by Hizerkite http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?15058&p=147085#post147085 I have already sourced what I believe is a 2nd generation X1 machine (which was sold as spares) so now have the brass boiler, chrome plated shroud and coffee handles. I plan on cleaning the boiler, fitting a new element and seals/gaskets. Wondering if anyone could shed some light on whether it is possible based on the pictures of what I have, and what I would need to do as the main issue I can see is that there are more wires/connections for the aluminium boiler than for the brass boiler. So I'm not sure on the compatibility or if I just need to alter something first? Aluminium Boiler: Brass boiler: Thanks for any suggestions. Jonty
  6. Hi. My Ascaso steel uno has been broken for a while and a relative who knows a lot about electrics has had a look at it for me and the element has gone, but the problem is that the element is actually pressed into the side of the boiler. I purchased it from fairfax and as they are the importers as well I looked at their website and found they were selling the element for 70 odd quid with no returns or refunds allowed so I rang them and asked if this included the boiler and was told no just the element.When I pressed the lady further as to how I could fit the element it was obvious that she wouldn't be able to help me, so this raises 2 questions. First does anybody know how I can fit the element without buying the boiler as well ( which in the uk is likely to be very expensive) and second why do you think it costs so much for an element? Surely it should be a fiver tops. I'd like to just have a look at the element and see what can be done but if I can't fit it then it's money wasted.
  7. Does anybody know of a timer switch that can be used on a 32Amp point (commando socket) or some kind of relay switch that can be used for an espresso machine? I want to have my machine switch on 15 mins before I arrive at my shop- leaving it on all night seems a waste of power.
  8. Hi Everyone has anyone successfully replaced the boiler in a Silvia, and if so, be able to point me in the direction of some sort of step-by-step guide? thanks a million
  9. I've got a Ponte Vecchio Lusso Mk2, less than a year old from new. A week before xmas, it sprung a leak in the boiler. The hole was half-way down the boiler, on the rear right-hand 'corner'. Anyone got any ideas on what could have caused it? Anyone heard of anything like this happening before?
  10. Hi, hoping someone can help me. I've got a machine that produces little or no milk, the coffee side seems to be fine just no milk. It makes a few noises but that's all. I managed to get into a service menu that had an error log, this showed "boiler steam overheating", not sure if this is what is causing the problem but I expect it won't help. Can anyone point me in the right direction. Can I fix it myself or do I need to find a local repairer ? Thanks in advance.
  11. I’m trying to work out which gasket I need the site https://www.theespressoshop.co.uk/en/Gaggia/b-27.aspx has two. One is red and silicone (Gaggia Classic Boiler to Grouphead Silicone Gasket - 12001021 £2.64) , the other is black (Gaggia Classic Boiler to Grouphead EPDM Gasket - DM0041/082 £1.20) Any idea on the difference/benefits? Also do these fit a Classic from 2012? Thanks
  12. I'm cleaning up a used Expobar Office Control and am thinking I'd like to insulate the boiler. I like what I see here: #3 For those of you who've insulated a boiler on an HX machine of this size, have you noticed any downsides? I'm concerned about unforeseen consequences. Thank you.
  13. I picked up my first classic last week and only got around to having a play with it yesterday, only to find that when running some water through it, there was a few little black particles and a small amount of lime scale in the water. 1. Should I be looking to flush this out wit some descaler? If so should I opt for the Gaggia liquid or tartaric acid? (I have some tartaric acid but I'm not sure what ratio I should use, or I can order some gaggia solution online) 2. Strip out e boiler and clear it out with a dremel style tool? 3. Replace the boiler. Any help would be greatly appreciated, I'm a little bit gutted to say the least, as I was really looking forward to making some proper coffee
  14. An X vending machine boiler with a few extras, opened it all up and really surprised how clean it is internally, it's a one litre capacity boiler after heater element displacement. Boiler. Element 240v. 2500w Electric valve 240v. Variable Control Temperature Control (Power off on the rise). Overheat safety cut out switch attached to the boiler. Have stripped and powered the element OK, electric valve OK, variable heat control OK, the safety overheat has a circuit and appears not to have been operated, so all good to go and any final high end testing in their project is the responsibility of the purchaser. £65.00 including postage.
  15. Curious if anyone here had issues with the boiler not refilling automatically on their L1 (tried posting this on the Londinium forum, but it drives me nuts)? Using bottled water, no scale built up, the level sensor connection is good and the level sensor is clean. I've been recently leaving the machine on for long periods of time (typically 5-7 days) and just realised the boiler hasn't refilled for the last three days (no water from the hot water valve was the thing that triggered the "oh shit" moment) I turned the machine off and on again after a few minutes and the pump finally kicked in, using up half the water tank to refill the boiler. I've had two Italian made semi auto machines before (non-lever) and never had issues with the refill functionality. Wondering if I'm just unlucky or whether anyone else was / is affected? T.
  16. My normal routine for steaming (after pulling a shot) is to flick the steam switch and wait around 10s before opeing the steam valve. This lets me steam around 200-250 ml milk without the boiler light coming on (i.e. boiler stays on). Last couple of times, the light has come on half way through steaming, so the boiler is going off and the steam flow drops right off. Any suggestions why this would have just started happening? Faulty thermostat somewhere? thanks stuart
  17. Hi Guys, I'm new here, but I thought you might like to see the repair job I've just completed on my Silvia. A few weeks ago, my Silvia started tripping the RCD (Apparently the Americans call it a GFI). It would trip as soon as I turned it on and knock out the whole house! I suspected the heating element, but never did I imagine how difficult it would be to change that in a Silvia. It turns out the element is welded to the boiler, so normally in order to replace the element you have to buy a new boiler, which costs about £100. I noticed someone on eBay (Peter) who used to offer a boiler repair service for the Silvia. He would drill out the old element and fit an element for a different machine (La Pavoni Domus) which is a bolt-in type. I contacted him but sadly he no longer does it. Instead he advised me to either get a new boiler from somewhere like Ferrari Espresso, or try the procedure myself. I disassembled the machine, and as predicted, the element was shot. It was registering a healthy 53 ohms between terminals, but a dead short (zero ohms) to ground on one of the terminals. Hence the RCD issue. The element itself was looking much like the multicolour effect here indicating that it had been overheated (but with water still inside the boiler). There was quite a lot of water that came out when I disassembled it, so it looks as though it wasn't my fault. The machine is way out of warranty though sadly. Peter (the guy from ebay) said that there was a small chance of saving the element if the resistance wire was intact, which it was. Since the element consists of a copper tube filled with magnesium oxide (MgO) as an electrical insulator, and the resistance wire in the centre, it was possible that the fault was due to a very small amount of moisture seeping into the element through a crack in one of the ceramic seals. MgO is hydroscopic, and only has dielectric strength (i.e. insulation resistance) when it is completely free of moisture. It is possible to remove the moisture by placing the boiler in an oven at 175C for three hours, allowing it to cool, and then breaking off the ceramic seals and re-sealing the element with anti-creepage paint, epoxy, or some other insulating sealant. I used white enamel paint. I tested the insulation resistance by connecting mains live to one side of the element and earth to the brass chassis and measuring the current on a multimeter. Stand back and wait for the bang.. It read as zero! Success! However, filling the boiler with compressed air (to check my plumbing) resulted in this after a few minutes: Clearly the element was infact cracked somewhere. I filled it with water and pop goes the RCD again. However, if you have an RCD issue with your silvia where it had gradually started to trip the RCD, over the course of weeks/months, as opposed to suddenly as in my case, then I would very much advise you to try baking your boiler in an oven before you buy a new boiler or element. Since the element was indeed knackered, I hacked it off with a hacksaw and drilled it out: Since MgO is abrasive, you need to use either an old drill bit that you don't mind blunting, or an expensive tungsten carbide bit. More in my next post. - Tom
  18. I have a Gaggia Baby Class that I bought as ex demo stock. I've just hit a problem whereby no water is coming out of the group head. The steam wand IS working, and when switched on the pump vibrates. It had never been descaled properly and I was hoping that a descaling cycle might just sort it out. It didn't so reading all the instructions on this site I have removed the boiler and cleaned all the scale build up out of it. So my thoughts now are that it is the 3 way solenoid valve that has become blocked. Some posts on this site mention about splitting the 3 way down to clean out the innards but having taken it out I can't see how to split mine down. Here is a photo of what my valve looks like http://i.imgur.com/Ly4yW.jpg So my questions are, how do I open clean this valve up to clean it? How can I tell once it is clean? i.e which parts should move and how easily. And is this all worth it or should I just get a replacement? (And if so where can I get hold of one?) Really hoping someone can help me I'm gagging for a nice coffee!
  19. We have a Gaggia Classic, 2 to 3 years old, which is well used and regularly descaled. The machine has suddenly started overheating. It seems that the water is virtually boiling. When operating the main head to make coffee, steam plus very hot water comes out. I assume that there is a thermostat on the boiler, which may have failed. Can anyone suggest what could be wrong and how to fix it. Very loathe to send to Gaggia service.
  20. I have a Rancilio Silvia about 16 months old. It is use daily, but usually once. I always use reverse osmosis water and refill the boiler after steaming by pumping water out through the steam wand. It is fitted with the new EU compliant switch which cuts power after 30 mins. The heater has stopped working. When plugged in to a power outlet the orange thermostat light comes on before the power switch is active. The green light comes on when the power switch is activated and the orange light remains on. No heating takes place but the pump is still active. Do you think that the switch has developed a fault? Do you think the boiler has burnt out?
  21. Hi there. I've bought a 2nd hand gaggia classic, the sticker on the bottom says 11/2001. I have noticed that water coming out the brew head has a sweet taste. I know this is subjective, but that's what it tastes to me. After searching online I now think this may be a metallic taste after all - not sure though... So I pumped some water into a glass container and I can see some kind of suspension on the water that clears after a while but not completely. I then proceeded to backflush with pully (with correct product). Washed with plenty water just letting the machine pump clean water through the brew head. No change. Then I descaled with gaggia descaler. A few flakes got out. I though that was not too bad. Then I started flushing water waiting for the flakes to stop but they never did. Always some 2 or 4 small flakes still come through after 10l flushed... I made a video of one of the initial flushing. You can see the quantity of the flakes on the bottom of the glass flask. You can see clearly the suspension I'm talking about. The foam at the top does not appear anymore (I guess that was still the descaler showing up?). I then took some photos of the machine insides. It looks quite good to me, but then I zoomed to the bottom corners of the boiler and got a bit worried. I can see some residue that I don't know what it is. So I'm asking your advice. What should I do? Replacing the boiler seems a bit out of my league... so if that's the case I'll be considering selling to someone more apt than me. Hoping something easier that I can do to remedy this... Thanks for your time. Duarte Video: https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipMC2Onlc9EtPoj8zne6LKCUUvZtBct3CGXg1dcLPFYQl9 rC2clPbz9zjLzy8yF4ew/photo/AF1QipNyKyUIaUflEZCqBTHFwkuopfVwtu5Gqke3TMaF?key=U E01MEM3Q1g4bHZQclBUZEt6b29YVkNXSHBRdUpB General top view: boiler bottom corner 1: detail: boiler bottom corner 2: detail:
  22. Hi all, I noticed the flow of water from my machine was slow (290ml per min) Mark @gaggiamanualservice.com recommended checking the solenoid. I managed to take the boiler out, originally just going to check the solenoid valve but got into the boiler to check too, I havent seen one this bad online. I am wondering if cleaning it is OK (If I can) or does it need replacing? If it needs replacing can I put a stainless steel one in if I can find one? Heres when I first got into the boiler. After soaking for 2 hours in puly cleaner. and Lots of wire brush scrubbing, grouphead part looks OK bottom still very bad and surface pitted..
  23. Morning all, Picked up a second hand Bambino recently for my workshop. Unit was serviced in November of this year and had lots of new parts (inc element), however on setting the unit up my water appears to be rather cloudy (even after leaving it settled for a long time, so clearly not just bubbles) previous owner had the unit running with a dual filter setup and i am running the Fracino DSU 10L filter (flushed before use with 5 buckets of water, although was running clear by bucket 3) I am planning on dropping the water out today and inspecting the boiler for scale, there was a picture of the boiler internal on the advert and it was good so am i right in thinking if there is scale its probably in the pipes? It is mostly noticeable if pouring hot water from the hot water tap, but also its not perfect coming from the group heads either. Is it worth me running a descale first? If so what with (citric acid?) and what is the process?
  24. I was informed the morning after playing with the new machine that there was a puddle in the kitchen. My heart sank as I knew the only new thing in there was the Heavenly. To cut a short story shorter I took the covers off but couldn't see where the leak was coming from although the inside was wet. Decided to get it up to temp and pressure and sure enough, there were in fact 2 leaks. Both on the pipes going between the group and the boiler. Let the machine cool down while I looked for a 24mm flare nut spanner, didn't have on so I made one out of an old ring spanner. Machine now cool. Tried to see if the nuts would easily tighten up....no! Undoing them was not easy and the boiler needed supporting so as not to damage any of the other fittings going to it. Checking the olives for any obvious damage and finding none I applied a very small amount of 3 in 1 oil to the threads on using cotton buds and tightened up as much as I dare. Starting the Heavenly up I noticed it was a lot quieter than before. The hissing had gone, I, in my ignorance of such machines thought it was supposed to sound like that when it was in fact steam and water escaping from these unions. The pressure was up and the light went out, time to peer inside again. Relief! What I saw was dry unions and what I heard was silence! Now to get back to trying to make this coffee stuff.......
  25. Hi coffee Friends. I have my hands on an old ECM Giotto that won't refill the boiler. I've emptied the boiler and now I need the machine to fill it back up, but when I turn on the machine nothing happens. The LED lights up and indicates that the machine has been turned on but the pump doesn't do anything. I've tried many things: 1: unplugging the cable from the water level probe - didn't have any effect 2: changing the gicar (black control box) to a new one - didn't have any effect 3: changing the vibration pump to a new one - didn't have any effect Does anybody have any idea as to what my next step would be?
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