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  1. Having been tempted by the Lelit profile control device at £252 I was kindly pointed in the direction of Bella Barista who have started stocking the Profitec one at £179 plus £6 postage . It arrived within a couple of days . It arrives in two pieces the flow control unit and a pressure gauge for the group . There are no instructions and no washers for the gauge are included . However fitting is a doddle 👍. The unit comes in one piece , so unscrew the existing Mushroom and replace with the unit . I put some grease on the mushroom o ring on the bottom and a little on the threaded part . I did speak to Bella Barista about the washers for the gauge which are mention on the website . It does not come with any and they say not to use the existing one under the E61 bolt . Their advise to use ptfe tape and use only hand pressure to nip it up in position was followed. Waiting for it to warm up to check for any leaks and have a play .😎 . It took more time to give the machine a quick polish for the photo 😬 than to fit it 👍
  2. Hi all, My Rocket Appartamento is coming up to 2 years old now and I've just noticed something that's concerning me a bit. The brew temperature of the water appears to be lower than I'd expect. (espresso shots). I don't have any form of thermometer installed on the machine to give an exact reading but I know it's not as hot as normal because: 1. When drinking my shot it doesn't seem to be as hot 2. When flushing there doesn't seem to be the same level of steam or bubbling from the group head as before I've tried giving more warm-up time so this morning I left it on for 90 mins before using it. The first shot seemed OK temperature-wise but the next two were a bit below temperature. The pressure gauge seems to be OK (between 1 and 1.5 bar and in the green zone on the gauge). I did my routine detergent backflush cycle on the machine only in the last week. For water source I only use bottled water as the tap water in my area is very hard and full of lime. I've also tried not doing a cooling flush between shots but it still doesn't appear to make much difference to the temperature. Has anyone experienced this kind of thing happening ? Thanks, Joe
  3. Purchased in error, unable to return. Originally purchased May 2019 from TheEspressoShop.co.uk. Very good condition. This is the exact item: https://www.theespressoshop.co.uk/en/Faema-Bottomless-Portafilter-with-21gm-Filter-Basket/m-3734.aspx Has slight abrasion at the beginning of the neck, as seen in the second photo, and also a slight abrasion/bend as seen in the third photo at the 1 o' clock mark. Asking £10 OBO, pick up from Hackney/Central London, or add the cost of shipping to the price. From the website: "Faema Bottomless (Naked) Portafilter supplied with 21gm Filter Basket, wings 7.2mm. Also suitable for Brugnetti-Aurora, Casadio and ECM machines"
  4. I've recently received one of the Coffee Sensor digital E61 group head thermometers, and wanted to pass on my thoughts and experience to everyone - hopefully to assist with any buying decisions... You can see the full details of this digital E61 group thermometer, and buy them, from here: https://coffee-sensor.com/ The device arrives in a nicely constructed, branded and protective cardboard box. Inside is a bubble-wrap bag with the following contents: - Digital group thermometer itself - Small spanner for tightening the device in the group head - Small allen-key for removing the existing allen-bolt from the group head - Three copper washers On initial impressions, the thermometer looks to be well made out of plastic and stainless steel and well designed (without numerous o-rings or nuts / bolts) - and has simple push button controls on the top, for on/off, temp hold and C/F switching. You simply turn it on by hitting the middle "on/off" button and it'll turn off either after a few minutes or when you press "on/off" again. Testing it quickly when just out of the box, the unit shows ambient temperatre and the buttons all seem to work fine, with the LCD display looking good. Now, for some background and history : These sort of E61 thermometer devices have been around for a while... The first person to make them commercially was "Eric" - and you can still purchase "Eric's E61 group thermometer" from the US. The "Eric's" device seem to be (in my opinion) a strangely complex design - using what seems to be a fairly standard thermometer combined with a complex adaptor, various nuts and o-rings that allow it to be sealed water-tight within the group. I'm assuming that largely because of the complex design and various parts, it's expensive - certainly when shipped into the UK from the US (which is the only available source). If you're lucky, you may get one into your hands for around £100 - though probably more if you're hit by customs for duty, VAT etc. Crazy expensive for what it is! Then, a couple of years ago a company in South Korea started to produce a similar - but less costly device - the Vidastech E61 group thermometer. Design and construction of this seems much better, it's much simpler (read, better designed IMHO), and it's also available (either from South Korea, or via Amazon) at a slightly lower price that an "Erics" - but you'd still be looking at probably £70-80 to get one in the UK. Still expensive for what it is in my view. Now, it's not 100% clear to me whether this "Coffee Sensor" E61 thermometer is simply a resold Vidastech device, or whether it's a device that has been manufactured in a VERY similar way by 'TTP Coffee Sensor SRL' - but it certainly looks VERY similar, and it's available to buy in Europe (from them in Romania, via the website) - and at a more reasonable price point (€50 a piece if you buy two and get free shipping - though watch for [an early] Black Friday deal from 16th Nov to 18th Nov). The manufacturer states that "3D designs are drawn in Romania and the final product is manufactured in Romanian / Asian industrial and logistical parks" - so it may or may not be Romanian / Korean / Chinese / who knows! *** Black Friday update: The price has dropped from 16th Nov to 18th Nov to €35 - though the €20 shipping and minimum of €100 for free shipping still applies. Makes a single unit €55 shipped, or €35 each if you can find two friends !!!! *** As you can see from the website or my photos, the device is black plastic with a stainless steel sensor shaft. It looks neat and tidy, and generally seems to be well made and well constructed. Opening the device up using a small screwdriver allows you to replace the button-cell battery as and when required. The important part of the device is what's screwed into the E61 group head - the stainless steel sensor shaft. Fitting this is pretty easy, it took me about 2 minutes and all tools required are provided. With the E61 group cold, simply take the provided allen-key and remove the bolt in the front of the group head. This is present purely for maufacturing reasons, though allows the enterprising or resourceful individual a simple way to access the brew-water and measure the temperature of it! Anyway, remove the hex-bolt and save it for possible reinstallation at a later date - as typically these thermometers are fitted and left in place. Some advocate the use of PTFE tape on the threaded shaft of the digital thermometer, but I didn't find it necessary - so didn't use any in my installation... I simply used one of the copper washers, along with the existing teflon washer that's installed with the hex-bolt and gently screwed the thermometer into place by hand. You have to be careful doing this, as you're screwing stainless steel (quite hard!) into brass (relatively softer) and I guess it would be possible to damage the thread in the group if you weren't careful - and thereafter getting a watertight seal could be a real problem!!!! However, I was pretty careful and with the aid of the supplied spanner was able to finally tighten it a few turns and sufficiently for a water-tight seal on the first try. Once installed, the thermometer display is almost certainly not 'straight' - but by holding the shaft with the spanner and gently twisting the plastic thermometer head it can be realigned so that it looks straight and can be easily used and read. Testing the fitment, with a blank basket and running a backflush or two quickly shows whether any water is leaking out under pressure. If any does then simply tightening the bolt / shaft further will probably solve it - though be aware that on some machines more than one copper sealing washer may be required. It's worth running this test initially, with the machine just powered up and relatively cool, but also again once the machine is up to temp. Stand well back and be careful when running this test, as any leaks could involve 9bar (about 120PSI) water at 90+C being fired at you... though having said that, any leaks will probably just show as a slow build up of a drip! Using the thermometer is simple - hit the middle 'on/off' button and the E61 group temperature will be shown (probably just over 90c if the thermosyphon has it up to temperature). If you want to change between C and F display, then just hit the button on the right. Then pour a shot or run some water through and you'll quickly see the temperature change to reflect the (typically hotter) temperature of the brew water. This will differ from the water that exits the shower screen by a degree or so - but it certainly gives you a very good impression of the relative temperature of the water that's hitting your coffee (and by that I mean that whilst it might not show the EXACT temp of the water hitting your puck, it will show you the temperature of the water about an inch or so before it does so.... so you can easily see any temp changes (up or down) and record any 'ideal' temperatures when you have had an ideal extraction of any given bean. For machines with PID brew temp control it should be easy to tweak the brew water temperature up or down, and the thermometer will show this increase or decrease accordingly (not necessarily that a PID increase of 1C will show as a thermometer increase of exactly 1C, but it'll show a rise of approximately that amount). You can leave the thermometer on if you wish (or forget to turn it off) safe in the knowledge that after a minute or so it'll turn off automatically, saving the battery. So - in summary: In general, and certainly if you collaborate with a friend and buy two, this E61 thermometer seems to be well made, effective and the least costly (by quite a margin) of any similar device available today. Supply from within Europe means that there's no risk of duty / customs charges being applied also. If you only want one, and can't find a 'friend' then the shipping costs of €20 to the UK seem high - and make the unit a €70 purchase, which is obviously quite a jump - but still probably cheaper than you can find one anywhere else. The device seems to show pretty accurate temperature readings, it responds quickly (within around half a second I would estimate) and is a helpful addition for any owner of an E61 based espresso machine. I'll close by saying that, although this is the cheapest E61 thermometer device available - it still seems to be quite expensive for what it is. Is it worth it, for the insight it gives? Well, some of us have a PID showing what the temp SHOULD be, some of us have an HX where the temp could be anything.... and for me, always wanting to make sure that the numerous variables of making good espresso are as reduced as possible, it certainly proves very helpful. I'd thought of buying an "Erics" but never could find a way to convince or justify to myself that £100 was a good investment.... the price point of this device makes that buying decision significantly easier!
  5. Hello people, I'm hoping to get some expert advice (would be very thankful) to final sort my Faema E61 trouble. My knowledge is quite limited. I have 4 years Barista experience but no engineering or coffee machine internals knowledge. I've been learning about E61 as I go along. I had to restore and descale my Faema E61 recently and after putting it back together I'm having issues with the pump, compensation valve and setting pressure. When I pull a shot and run the group head there is a loud squeal that I can't seem to get rid of. I've read this could be lubrication as noise comes from spring. I never had this issue before I took apart. I've changed the regulator value on the pump and the compensation valve to change pressure and it doesn't stop the noise. Also when I tighten the comp valve fully, the tap on the bottom still flushes through the bottom of the valve when I push the lever and even when filling the boiler. It always does wherever the comp valve is adjusted. I don't remember it ever doing this and I go through a ton of water, which made me question this in the first place. When I read into it on forums it says it should be only dripping, is this even with the group open? I'm worried i've pump the pump back together incorrectly as it seems the water just flushing through the comp valve. It also takes a long time to fill the boiler when empty. The set up I am running currently is mobile (not connected to mains) just using the rotary pump (no flojet) with water canisters. I'm not currently running a filter (water is soft) and waiting for a pressure regulator to arrive. Some videos below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gjoPSXTAEI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQIpK9lGng4 Thanks in advance. Steve
  6. The e61 group is new thing to me, so I'm still learning it. Recently noticed that the lever returns ever so slightly back from the upper position when the brewpressure is reached(opv is set to 8 bars). Since it is too early for worn cam and pin - machine is 4 weeks old used in home environment - I was wondering what might be causing this. I read Dave's wiki about disassembling the e61(grate work and many thanks Dave) and decided to disassemble just the lever and the cam part in order to check things up. made a pic >> I didn't see any sings of a wear but noticed that both pins are positioned differently - the bottom one is facing with it's side out, whereas the top one is rotated and points with one of it's edges out. Could not find info about that - is this ok or not, any suggestions? I took appropriate pliers and rotated(easily) the top one so that it is in the same position as the bottom one. When I putted back the camshaft the top pin did again rotated slightly so I assume after 10-20 shots it will resume it's old position. Now the lever goes back but not that much so the job is halfway done Another thing that makes an impression, at least to me, is the tension of the pins. It is very easy to push the bottom one and very hard to push the top one(seeing pictures of the top spring it is indeed bulkier and this looks like the reason for that). Although from the drawings of the e61 the upper spring seems not to be adjustable, I will ask - is it possible and ok to loose the tension of the top pin? If yes what might the procedure and implications of that be? - I'm hoping the top pin does not exert so much force to the cam and the lever stays positioned without moving back during extraction. It could be that the opposite is true - more tension of the top pin is needed in order to hold the cam locked in the upper position when the water (pressurised at 8 bars) is pushing the cam down. 🤔
  7. I’m very much out of touch on forum and remember a couple of years back these were doing the rounds. Does anyone have one I could borrow for a couple of days in exchange for beer tokens or some coffee related compensation Have reason to beleive dial on expobar may not be reading all that accurately! Ta David
  8. Hello, Anyone have any experience of downgrading E61s? There doesn't seem to be any info online or youtube. Is it just a matter of changing heating element or is rewiring also required? Cheers, Steve
  9. Hello all, I am looking at the Lelit Bianca machine given its favorable reviews and unique place in the market for size/performance/price with pre-infusion and profiling capabilities. I see that the alternatives today are much higher cost - Dalla Corta Mina, Vesuvisus, Rocket Nine One, La Marzocco GS3, Slayer, etc. Are any new machines with profiling in development by the E61 manufacturers - ECM, Quick Mill, Profitec, etc? Thanks!
  10. Continuing the quest for better coffee, i'm interested in a stainless steel portafilter for my Synchronika, or E61 group heads. Reasons are: - Deeper VST baskets (22g+) - Easier to clean and maintain - Not worrying about chrome plating, teflon coatings, etc After investigation, options are: - La Marzocco (needs grinding to fit E61 group head) - Pesado (Where can i get them in Europe?) - Decent (Where can i get them in Europe?) - Cafelat (i think they don't make them anymore) Anyone knows of more options available, or how to get the Pesado or Decent ones hre in Europe?
  11. Push Tamper - Black SOLD £100 + £7 Royal Mail Special Delivery Rocket Espresso Bottomless Portafilter - SOLD £25 Delivered (Box is water damaged) VST 18g Ridgeless Basket - SOLD £15 Delivered La Marzocco 14 & 17g Ridged Basket - SOLD £10 for both Delivered IMS Competition E61 Shower Screen - SOLD £10 Delivered Unbranded Black Grounds Distributor - SOLD £10 Delivered Tidaka 58mm+ Portafilter Funnel - SOLD £25 Delivered
  12. Hello, up for a sale Izzo Alex Duetto MK IV July 2015 bought from Italy in original packing and with everything that came with new: It is 220V with option to power up both boilers at once (not like 110v which they heat up exchangeably) but it has a schuko plug (germany, italy, austria, swiss etc) so for UK you you just throw on a 3pin uk plug. 2 portafilter 4 steamtips Tamper + brush Cover Before I bought i was literally scouring the web probably for an year what is the best kit of equipment to get and the Duetto was the end decision, it really served me extremely good and i would never sell it if upgraditis wouldn't kicked in If everything plays out i am getting a linea mini instead. I have changed the gicleur (waterjet) in the grouphead mushroom for 0.5mm (0.7mm stock) to obtain the best possible water flow. Machine was really taken care off and always clean, i always used filtered water + addition water oscar softeners. Never had an issues, never had a single leakage. Always had a really nice shoot. I am willing to ship it all over the world with split shipping charge (let me know where you want it to be shipped and i will cover half of the shipping) If you have any additional questions let me know and i am able to send any detailed photos that you want to see. I am even able to drive it in the region of lets say 500km (350 miles) if youre from neighbouring countries (croatia, italy, germany, austria, hungary, Czech republic, slovakia). I will take paypal, revolut, bank transfer, basically whatever floats your boat. I am willing to let it go for 1220£ shipped Thank you!
  13. Ok, so here’s the thing... I’ve got a Delonghi ES330 that I’ve had for 10 years that i’m now looking to upgrade to a ‘proper’ machine. I’d been planning on getting a Silvia until I popped into Bella Barista last week and got chatting. I’m now wondering whether it’s worth pushing to boat out to get a Lelit Mara, clearly it’s twice the price plus a bit more, so I need to weigh up whether it’s worth it. Having spent so long with the Delonghi, i’m used to not being able to steam and brew at the same time. The Silvia will clearly be a huge upgrade to what I’ve got, but I can’t stop wondering if it’s worth skipping the Silvia step and moving up further. My question is, other that concurrent steaming/brewing, what benefits will the Mara give? Is the E61 that much better than what’s in the Silvia, and if so, why? i have mainly drunk espressos over the last few years, but in the last couple of weeks have been doing more milk based drinks as I have been researching new machines, to see whether HX or DB would be worth it.
  14. After some internal debate i have decided to part with my La Scala Butterfly E61. History I am the original owner having purchased the machine in 2005. I used the machine regularly for around 10 years with it being serviced twice during that period. Around 2015, the machine was losing pressure and i sent it in for its last service which involved replacing the "valve" at the top of boiler. Apparently it was not closing when the pressure was building. In terms of what was done during the service. E61 was stripped and seals replaced and i had the panels resprayed White (they were red). During this service service the entire system was descaled. The machine is originally from South Africa (so i am I:time-out:) and the water there is quite soft so I suspect there wasn't much build up but i figured after some years its probably worth while. The machine was then unused for around 2 years until i arrived in London. Around 1 year after the machine was sitting in storage and when it arrived in London its was playing up and no water was coming through the group head. Given it was standing for so long, I stripped the E61 group head, descaled and put it back together. I have been using it ever since (a hole was blocked in the portafiller). Reason for selling I want to move onto something more advanced. I've had the machine for a long time and want to start experimenting with more advanced stuff. I could probably do it with what i have, but i have made up my mind. The machine is probably due for a another service and my skills are limited the e61 group head. Cosmetically the machine is superb and the pictures illustrate that. Sides of the panels are excellent. Over its life i was looked after it and been selective over the water that goes in it. Technical specs: -ULKA pump (water reservoir) -Copper Boiler Price £480 pounds onco Open to visits and inspections London Based but happy to ship at owners risk
  15. Hello So I have refurbished K6 that needs a serious partner. Initially my plan as an espresso drinker was to get a QM Carola (preferably s/h but i can wait to accumulate more funds to get it new) and get some kind of milk frother such as the Jura for any requested cowJuice based drinks (the horror!) But I've since decided that learning the process of manipulating milk might be fun and so the Silvano came into the picture and then looking more into that has opened up to all sorts of boilers and internal configurations. Main question: is the K6 good enough to grind for this level of espresso machine (i think the K6 are around £450 new) I'd like a E61 group preferably in brass for sturdiness, heat retention and all round accessory buying life made easier. PID of some sort would be nice. I'm guessing all machines around the £500-8a00 come with a 3 way solenoid, Some sort of pre-infusion. HX is OK as I think 2 boilers is a bit excessive for now and counter space requirements. Well designed* Thermoblock for steam is fine. That's all I can think of now but I'm sure you'll remind me of other wish-list/necessities Really look forward to hearing your advice.. Thanks *no contact with aluminium
  16. Hi Guys, For sale, E61 Digital Brewhead Thermometer Vidastech (very similar to 'EricS' thermometer). With included spanner, allen key and o rings. All that is needed for assembly. Price: £55 postage included
  17. Hi, I've tried searching but not finding the info I need. I've got an Isomac machine that uses the E61 group head. I'm in the process of an overhaul and need to replace the OPV (expansion valve) so need to adjust it to the right pressure once all together. I have a pressure gauge but need the right joint and thread. Can anyone advise what the thread size on the spout of the portafilter is likely to be? Thanks.
  18. So my vesuvius has developed this mark on top & side of the group head. It seems to me to be coming out through the surface, if that makes sense. It also aligns with a lug of the portafilter. Has anyone else seen this similar and if so, were you able to get rid of the mark or is it a manufacturing defect? Second question: has anyone replaced the wood on the portafilter handles and the toggles? The OEM wood really does detract from the overall impression of quality.
  19. Am wondering if anyone else has come across this problem, or might be able to diagnose it for me. I've had my ECM Mechanika IV Profi for about 18 months (it's a rotary pump, running from the reservoir). Recently I've noticed that when I pull a shot the brew pressure goes up to around 11-12 bar, and the OPV starts draining pretty much instantaneously. Therefore I end up with a drip tray that fills up very quickly, and when I stop the shot I'm noticing that there's no pressure release coming out of the exhaust valve as there would be normally. I've removed and cleaned the shower screen etc and removed the mushroom to give that a good clean (although it wasn't too bad, despite living in a very hard water area). But before I start dismantling the machine, I thought I'd see if collective forum wisdom might be able to point me in the right direction and save me some hassle? My suspicion is it's calcium build-up somewhere, despite cleaning and backflushing fairly religiously, as the water where I live is a nightmare. Question is where/what exactly. Could it maybe be the pump?
  20. Clearing out some of my coffee corner, and came across a couple of these... brand new Faema E61 style bottomless portafilters with basket. Wings are 7.2mm, and I currently use a similar one in my Izzo Duetto with 8mm group gasket. It locks in, but doesn't rotate quite as far as an original Izzo one - due to the slightly thicker wings - but never had a problem, and have been using it for the last 8 years or so. Updated: ALL SOLD - Thanks! Anyway - these are both brand new and unused. Selling individually at £15 each + postage at cost. (and at this price, I'm just looking to sell them quickly - and won't be entertaining any "I bought this hoping it would fit my XXXX machine, it doesn't so can I return it?" messing around!)
  21. For sale my beloved Izzo Alex Duetto MkII. This dual boiler machine is a beauty and in fact a beast. Bought second hand and in immaculate condition in 2016 and had previously been bought new from Bella Barista (2010 production model). Selling as I'm not allowed more machines than kids, and I have broken that rule already. I've used it daily set to turn on the morning for 1 espresso and 1 flat white, so looking at a total heat up time of 2hr per day. The machine has operated flawlessly. Strictly only bottle water fed (Volvic and Stretton Hills) and have descaled once every 6 months and backflushed with cafiza once weekly. I took the machine last year to a professional Izzo mechanic at Traders coffee outside London just to be told it's running perfectly and in no need of anything! The only issue I ever had was the safety valve on the steam boiler started hissing. I replaced it with the upgrade version from BB and it's been back to perfect ever since. Also the steam wand that came with the machine was impossibly short, making it tricky to steam milk. Replaced with a longer Rocket steam arm that's given me excellent results ever since. Also upgraded the steam tips which I'll include. Now the machine is incredible. It's equipped with the tried and tested thermostable e61 group fitted with the upgraded IMS 200um competition shower screen. The brew boiler is 0.8L and adjustable to 1°C through the PID. The steam boiler is a 1.8L insulated copper boiler controlled by a separate PID and separate solid-state relay and gives you bucket loads of steam and hot water. You can choose to turn it off entirely if you purely want espresso. The results have been phenomenal especially since you can easily tweak a number of variables including pump pressure. Oh forgot to mention, it has a commercial rotary veined pump mounted carefully to provide silent operation. This has been inspected and lubricated once every 12 months as per DaveC's instructions. Can be tank (2.4L) or mains fed with a flick of a switch. Never tried mains but should be straight forward. Read DaveC's review although the one in the review is for a slightly earlier version (https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/pdf/IzzoAlexDuettoIIcloserlookv4.pdf) What you'll get: Izzo Alex Duetto MKII rotary with upgraded safety valve and steam wand (can be made no burn with included tubing) x1 58mm single spouted portafilter + basket x1 58mm double spouted portafilter + basket x1 58mm bottomless portafilter x1 IMS competition 16-21g basket x1 blind basket for backflushing x1 IMS 200um competition shower screen x1 OEM shower screen x4 Izzo Alex high grade steam tips with (2, 3, 4, 4 alternative positioning) holes High pressure mains tubing x1 unused e61 group service kit x1 detailed instruction and maintenance manual 900g cafiza/puly CAF I am asking for £890 for the lot (extras worth >£100 and not willing to split at the moment) The machine is very heavy (32kg H420xW360xD430 mm) and seeing the delivery horror stories I am not willing to ship. Collection from London, or I can potentially drive within a reasonable distance to meet someone. If you are nearby pop by to try it out. You will not be disappointed.
  22. For Sale: Rocket Espresso Cellini Evoluzione V2 £950 History: One previous forum member owner who bought it new Feb 2016 from Bella Barista. I bought it from them on Nov 20117. Warranty expires end of 25 Feb 2018, so it’s 23 months old. This model has a commercial rotary pump as opposed to a vibration pump and the use of commercial espresso machine pressure stats. Sale includes everything s from when it came new,: - original box - two original portafilters (single/double), - manuals, etc. - tamper - plumbing pipes Extras from standard: + genuine Rocket naked portafilter, + IMS competition screen, + Rocket Stainless Steel Cup Surround. I paid £950, so asking the same price. I have used it most days (powered on for 30 mins) for one espresso using Waitrose Stretton Hills water. It hasn’t had a taxing time. All works perfectly It’s one of those works of art that I’ve appreciated from a far and always wanted. However, the reality of actually owing one (and having unrestricted access to it) has made me realise that I prefer the involvement and experience that can only come from a lever machine (which I currently have and am now on the path to upgrade that). It’s a wonderful machine, but not for me. If I had the room I’d keep it, because in its own way the Rocket is a delight to use. But, I’ve never been a collector, preferring to have one tool for one job. Pictures attached, ask if you want more detail. Only sign of wear are minor surface scratches on the drip tray (I have photos, but can only update 5) and barely visible scuffs on the cup warmer. Collection from Sherborne, Dorset. Of course I’m open to other agreeable arrangements. Happy to answer any questions, provide more information and take more photos. Nathan
  23. Hey all, having owned my R58 for a month or so now thought I had better ask about routine maintenance! I backflush with water after every session but currently thats all I do. Run bottled water through it so guessing a descale isnt needed just yet (and no idea how to go about it as only descaled the classic, and im guessing its not the same method!) Should I be backflushing with any cleaner? (still have a massive tub of puly-caff) How often do I need to lubricate? Have read about methods of lubricating the lever bit but couldnt find anything on how often to do it! Anything else I should be worried about/keeping on top of? Ta
  24. Hi - received my blue silicone Cafelat E61 8.5mm group head gasket today. Which way should it be installed please on a Gaggia Classic? It has a on edge which is squared off and one edge which is rounded. The rounded edge has the make and size printed on it, which makes me think that should still show after it has been installed......ie facing down....any help appreciated. Thanks Paul
  25. Hello, For sale, E61 Digital Brewhead Thermometer Vidastech (very similar to 'EricS' thermometer). With included spanner, allen key and o rings. All that is needed for assembly. It's a very handy thing despite I have a dual boiler machine. The only reason for selling is because I am buying La Marzocco Linea Mini Price: £59 postage included
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