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Help! I just picked up a 2013 ECM Barista a week ago and upon descaling a bit of water splashed over the machine and dripped down over the boiler. I disassembled quickly and padded it dry as best I could, but now the machine keeps tripping the circuit breakers when the boiler starts to heat up. I'm frantically trying to figure out a remedy because the descale solution is still inside the boiler and I know it shouldn't be in there for more than 30 minutes... Anyone know how I should proceed in this situation? I'm trying to figure out a way to get the descale solution out of the boiler and I'll eventually take it to be serviced if this keeps up...
I have a 3 year old Fracino Piccino, when I switched it on today I smelt burning and smoke came out of the top, I removed the front cover and the red and blue wires that come to/from the boiler on/off switch were very hot and had melted together.... up until this point the machine appeared to be working very well. (as you look at a Piccino from the front it's the switch on the left). I wonder if anyone on the forum would be kind enough to point me towards what the fault may be please and how I might fix it, I have emailed Fracino requesting a wiring diagram but not had a response so far (although it's very early days so they've not let me down yet), does anyone know where else I might find the wiring diagram please? Thanks for taking the time to read this and for any advice on what may be happening and how to fix it. Gerry
Hi I have a Gaggia Baby; every time I switch it on it shorts out the house electrics. It started after I turned it on its side to clean the group head. I have tried drying the electrics with a hair dryer with no luck. Have I fried the electrics or will it be ok when it has completely dried out? Any help would be much apreciated. I am not sure how long I can survive without a morning espresso.[/i] Thanks Woodymiles