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  1. Hello, my name is Tomika. I have owned two gaggia machine's before whilst I was living in Australia. Both old models: A Gaggia espresso delux and a Gaggia classic. Both were second hand. Great machines! I'd love to get a new one. I've been looking on Facebook market place and have come across a "Gaggia classic coffee" it has an emblem on the front and I love the look of it. I'm thinking it's an older model which I'd prefer. (Any info on this model I would appreciate.) It's selling for £78 inc postage. "Good Working order" My only concern is that it has some rust under the drip tray and it hasn't been used in a year or ever been serviced. (See photos) Would it be worth buying this machine not knowing the condition of the interior?... thank you to anyone who can reply to my boring post ;D
  2. I do service to all types of gaggia (domestic and commercial) contact me for a quote. Thanks coffeeservice.
  3. For Sale is My Gaggia Classic Coffee Machine this is a 2004 model that was made in Italy which has The 3 Way Solinoid Valve i have upgraded the Steam Wand to The rancilio silvia steam wand knock box now sold so just coffee machine Available selling for £160 inclusive
  4. For Sale My Gaggia MDF Grinder with doser in Excellent Condition and great working order its about 14 months old comes with Original box selling as i have upgraded to a Eureka Mignon Specialita grinder so no Longer Needed Selling For £85 pound Inc GRINDER NOW SOLD ELSEWERE
  5. Hi, I'm new here but just starting on my new espresso adventure. I've spotted a secondhand Gaggia but I noticed the name/model on the front is different. All of the ones I've seen so far say Gaggia Classic with a stuck on logo; the one that's caught my eye has "Classic Coffee Gaggia" printed in black letters. I can't seem to find a definitive guide but is this a "Classic"? Does it have the same internals so later down the line I can look at Rancilio wand / OPV mods etc? It might be that the change in design reflects the year it was made, my untrained eye thinks it looks the same other than the branding but I can't find much else to go on. Help / advice gratefully received!
  6. Hi Talking (virtually) to someone who is selling a Gaggia Classic. They bought it in Jan 2011 and the following info is on the sticker on the machine Robecco s/N - Milano Type: SIN 035 No TW901035131588 35/2010 MADE IN EU Can anyone tell me if this is a good model to get please. TIA
  7. Can anyone recommend ? and what to look out for we have a budget upwards of £1000, and looking for a New Gaggia Machine which will make great Coffee and Espresso we both love our Coffee and have tried numerous brands in the past and as well as loving the taste from Gaggia we also love that classical industrial machine look. What general Installation work is required with Gaggia. Appreciate any help , thank you regards Tony & Caron. Also as we are based in the Southwest can anyone recommend where we could try before we buy Bristol and Exeter or Plymouth..?
  8. Hi guys, I am a super happy owner of a Gaggia Classic Coffee produced in 1998, I bought it second hand off ebay 3 months ago... solenoid was clogged and the machine very filthy but after servicing it works like a charm now. I never changed the GH gasket, actually I gave it a try when I bought a blind filter for back flushing, which came with 2 additional gaskets. Gaskets were differently shaped from the original one, smaller on a side. Well, this did not fit, they were too small...I didn t pay attention to this since they came very cheap and i thought that maybe I got shipped a difference size. Now, since my portafilter gets snug at 5 p.m. I decided to gave it another try and I bought this from ebay : http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gaggia-Classic-Baby-Tebe-Evolution-Paros-Group-Head-Gasket-NG01-001-/131965801037? and I received a gasket shaped like the old one, same thickness but again, the gasket is a couple of millimeters smaller than my previous one! I tried to fit it anyway and it became very difficult to engage the portafilter, the brew group did not get in properly as well, I made 3 or 4 coffees and of course the machine changed completely, not to talk about the terrible smell of rubber. I was taking it out to put the old one back and I noticed that no, it wasn t in place. I compared the gaskets and yes, the old one is a couple of milliliters larger in the inside... Do you have any clue guys? I thought that that Gaggia Classic coffee was exactly the same machine of Gaggia classic...... Sorry for the long message but I really wanted to share this as I got super frustrated. Any advice is highly appreciated. Thanks, A.
  9. I'm selling my RI8161 Gaggia as I'm looking to upgrade. This model is not to be confused with the newer (and inferior) RI9403 model. Great condition with signs of normal use. No damage. The machine is just over two years old. It's been regularly descaled and back-flushed. The main grouphead gasket was replace less than 12 months ago as were the steam wand seals and the boiler gasket. It is fitted with a Rancilio steam wand which was bought to replace the original Gaggia Turbo Pannarello. I will include both wands in the sale. I will also include a 'blind' basket used for back-flushing the machine, along with an opened sachet of Puly Caff. What's Included: I x Gaggia portafilter with changeable double spout 1 x Gaggia standard tamper 1 x Single shot filter basket 1 x Double shot filter basket 1 x Blind filter basket (for back-flushing) some Puly powder 1 x Stainless steel measuring spoon. 1 x Gaggia power cord with UK plug 1 x Rancilio steam wand - Cost £18 at Happy Donkey 1 x Gaggia Pannarello steam wand Forum Price SOLD Advertised elsewhere.
  10. Hello guys, my name is Marco I write from Rome Italy, I'm a coffee fan but especially of Gaggia machines, I read a lot on this forum and I hope you can help me with my little girls. I introduce them to you. They are an old gaggia coffee that i use for everyday with an old pdf grinder, two espresso from my family and an espresso dandy that is the one i want to swap in to the coffee case. i attach some picture. the problem i have is that the dandy brew light won't work even if the machine work great, and also it has what i think to be a pressostat (in the last picture) that i don't know how it works. glad if someone can help me find an answer.
  11. Hi, I have an 11 year old Gaggia "Coffee" Espresso machine. It has worked faultlessly delivering shot after shot of delicious coffee. Would changing to a new Gaggia Classic be an upgrade or give similar results? Finally would a Rancillo Steam wand fit on the "Coffee" model? Thanks
  12. Hi, first post here and can't find anything similar to the problem I have - any help appreciated. I have an old Gaggia Coffee machine (about 18yrs old). It's been maintained well, descaled reasonably regularly, etc. A few replacement parts (gasket, brew head, etc). It's worked so well for 18 years, I'm loath to buy a new machine which will be less repairable. A few days ago water stopped coming through the brew head. Steamer still works. I've checked for airblocks using usual methods and can't find any problems. So I did a full teardown of the machine (boiler and group head) and gave it a full clean and check. Back together and same issue persists. I turned the machine on, left to heat up for a minute, then switched on the coffee switch. Pump *sounds* like it's working properly, but still no water making it out of the brew head. If I take the brew head off and remove the spring/rubber valve mechanism from middle of the group head then hot water flows through (about 100ml in 10s) when I switch the coffee switch. Put the spring/valve back in and, again, no water comes through. Could it be a faulty pump? I think the flow rate without the valve in seems OK, but maybe there needs to be more pressure to push the valve open (these 'Coffee" machines don't have a solenoid/switch). Everything is definitely clean and free of any major scale. Any help would be much appreciated to try and resurrect the beloved machine!
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