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I recently won a competition, the prize being a De'Lhongi Prima Donna ESAM 6600 bean to cup coffee machine However I'm not a regular coffee drinker (I hear collective gasps of horror!!) Aside from the fact that I'm a tad caffeine sensitive, I really don't think I'll be able to use it to its true potential. I currently enjoy one 'proper' coffee a week, that of a Sunday morning (and the occasional bank hols, including today!!) with the husband. I am looking at selling the machine and thought that a serious coffee drinker, such as the readers of this forum, would get most use from such a 'deluxe' machine. I've included the De'Longhi website link to the machine. http://www.delonghi.co.uk/product_pa...fee%20Machines I'd like to sell it for £600 - the machine is brand new, in fact I've never even opened the box!! I live in Leicester so I'd be happy to deliver it (in Leicester/shire) or meet half way if the buyer lives in the Midlands. Alternatively I could use a courier service (Parcel Force 24) for £25 (inc posting and insurance, etc). You can contact me either by email - [email protected] or on my mobile 07949 358 958. Michelle :-))
Hi, My Delonghi Prima Donna ESAM 6600 has stopped dispensing hot water (again). It has been repaired under extended warranty twice in the past for this problem. The symptoms are, when the hot water dispense button is pressed, the display shows "hot water" for about 5 seconds and nothing happens, the display then reverts back to the standard "ready for coffee" message. There is no click from the solenoid and no pump activity. The machine dispenses espresso with no problem so that side of the water circuit is OK. I have accessed the test menu and checked out both solenoids. Both sound to be operating OK. Something is stopping the water dispense cycle from starting. The same thing happens when any milk heating or frothing is required. Without a service manual it is very difficult to check this out. Has anyone got any ideas, or pointers to where I might find a service manual. I have searched and not had any luck. I am a competent engineer and have fixed a number of gaggia and saeco machines in the past. Cheers Roger