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  1. Hello all, I am hoping someone is able to help me out. My Gaggia Classic has from new had a problem with poor steam and brew pressure if I leave the machine on too long before using the steam wand. If I used the steam wand within 10-20 minutes of turning on the machine all is well. If I get distracted and come back more than 20-30 minutes after I turn the machine on the steam tends to be weak and will lose pressure before I am able to steam enough milk properly for just one drink. Then if I try to pull a shot after that the pressure there is also weak. Yesterday, I had one of those days where work got in the way and the machine was on the steam setting for about an hour before I got to it so knowing that I would have low pressure I just shut the machine off. Later in the day I then turned the machine on and let it warm up for 15 minutes and then steamed my milk, all good there. I then tried to pull a shot but when I turned the pump on it was very quiet and took about 30 seconds for anything to come out of the portafilter. At that point I turned if off and dumped the milk I turned the machine off for a few hours again to let it cool down and then tried the pump again but still it was very quiet and very slow flow of water was coming out even without the portafilter on. I did a whole lot of reading last night getting familiar with the machine but there is still a lot I do not know so I am here for suggestions. At one point during testing I unhooked the hose from the pump to the opv (at the opv end) and turned the pump on and no water was being brought up through hose at the bottom of the pump and of course no water was coming out the other end of the hose that was unhooked from the opv. To me this meant the pump itself was toast so I decided to take it completely apart. After a full teardown (complete with removing the plastic screen and all springs and the tiny plastic ball) and re-assembly I tried the pump again and once again it started out very quiet but it did start to pull water in from the tank and then eventually got louder but I don't think as loud as it normally is (it is hard to tell now as my point of reference is quite skewed). At one point I also tried to prime the pump with a turkey baster however I could not force water into the pump (the end of the turkey baster came undone spraying water eveywhere). So where am I now... * I am back to a point where I can pull a (double) shot but it takes about 1.5 minutes to do so * Steaming works just fine provided I don't let the machine sit for over 20 minutes with the steamer on * If I turn the machine on, steam off, pump off and open the steam knob water comes out of the steam wand and then it is steam+water * If I turn the machine on, steam off, pump on and open the steam valve water comes out both the grouphead and steam wand * If I turn the machine on, steam on, pump on and open the steam valve water comes out of just the steam wand (water not steam as the steam has not built up yet) * Backflush works And one last note, normally after steaming when I would purge the steam by turning the steam off and pump on, the steam would usually be a quick burst and then the water would start to flow. Now the steam is slow to start coming out and then I can continue to hear the hiss of steam even after the water starts to flow. This continues for about 30 seconds. I think that is it, whew.
  2. Hey All, Purchased my first machine last weekend from a member on this forum. So far I love it! Machine is really easy to use, bottomless portfilter allows me to see all my mistakes (I have made a lot of mistakes) Looking to buy a grinder (Sage Smart Pro) off another member on here. Thank you all for helping in my journey. Cheers, John
  3. Hey all so I have got a gaggia classic 2015 before they got rid of the solenoid valve and has the aluminium boiler and would like to know what you lot think it's worth It has a Silvia steam arm, brass shower plate holder, IMS 200 micron shower screen plus a new group gasket. Original portafilter and bottomless with pressurised double and single baskets with crema pin and a non pressurised double. 58mm wooden handled tamp I'm looking to upgrade to a e61 group machine I appreciate you thoughts and opinions
  4. I'd be grateful for any advice you lovely coffee types can give. I've got a Super Jolly that I've been using with a Gaggia classic and after a good year of use have concluded that espresso just isn't my thing and I love a good pourover. I'm therefore thinking of selling my set up and just having a grinder and v60. I've read in various places online that the Super Jolly is an espresso grinder and as such isn't very good for pourover. Is there a material difference between an SJ and a "pourover grinder"? Should I just hang on to my SJ and use it for pourover or sell up and get something more pourover focussed? And if so, what could I get for a similar cost as I could sell the SJ for? Thanks for your help!
  5. Hi there I have just bought what I believe to be a 2007 Gaggia Classic and am looking to do a full strip down as it has not been looked after . (it was at a price I couldn't say no to) I have found the sticky 'So you've just bought your first Gaggia Classic' so useful and also found this resource: http://protofusion.org/wordpress/2012/04/gaggia-classic-disassembly-and-cleaning/ which seems to outline everything i need to do but is there anything else i need to be aware of? I'm thinking a full gasket/ seal kit as well as a good descaler and cleaner would be essential ( just taken off the shower screen and it looks a little mouldy so not even thinking of using it until its been fully cleaned) I have had it working with steam from the tiny steam wand(defo to be replaced) and water coming from the shower screen, assume this means the machine is worth spending the time getting it right? I have some experience with an automatic La Spaziale at work but am so looking forward to getting to grips with a manual machine. Any advice is much appreciated
  6. I am selling my 5 year old Gaggia Classic, below, having recently up-caffeinated to a Rancilio Sylvia. I've used the Classic every day and had no serious problems. It has been regularly cleaned (but not back-flushed, which is probably a cardinal sin). Used with soft water only. I haven't fiddled with any of the settings and all the working parts are original, apart from the gasket and steam wand. (New Panarella wand fitted.) At one point it started leaking from the boiler, which I rectified by replacing the sealing washer - no problems since. Pump is a bit noisy. Steam/temperature lamp hasn't worked for a year but I get lots of steam, so it's probably just the lamp. I'd much rather sell it to someone who is happy to get into the innards if and when it needs fixing. Spare gasket included. Comes with original filter holder and naked holder. £100 including UK postage and it's yours. The proceeds are going to YMCA Roomsponsor (shameless charity plug here) so your coffee will taste twice as ethical. Any questions, feel free to ask!
  7. If my grinder is currently set for an 18g VST basket, will that grind work for a single dose basket (eg. the stock Gaggia one)? My wife prefers the smaller single shot in the mornings, whereas I am on the double. Switching between the two is proving difficult, with the double dose grind setting choking up the single basket. Is that just to be expected? All input and suggestions gratefully received!
  8. Hi all, Just after some help. I have recently purchased a second hand grind and was in the process of cleaning it up as best i can. I tried some bar keepers friend on the chrome finish exterior body of the machine but it has just gone all smeary and look worse than before i started. Any tips or ideas how I can solve this? Should I have used something else?
  9. Hi All, Trying out the Gaggia Classic today as I purchased a Jazzed Super Jolly but I'm really confused about something. I have 4 baskets, 2 pressurised and 2 normal (all holes can be seen through) but it doesn't seem like a normal deep basket, instead they have ridges and I'm unsure of what does to use. Ive put a wanted post for a bottomless portafilter and a double basket to work on my shots but would like to have a few descent pulls with this first. Its the larger basket I'm using at the moment, filling the basket and levelling the grounds off makes it impossible to tamp down enough to clear the shower screen so it's hit and miss as to how much to put in.
  10. Hello folks, I was reading this forum quite a lot and I found it super helpful when choosing and later servicing my first coffee machine- thanks for that! I bought a second hand Gaggia Classic 2004 off eBay but unfortunately it seems like it wasn't looked after properly. I took it apart and descaled it but the inside of the boiler is quite degraded. Do you think it's still safe to use? Another thing, there are no bolts/rivets(?) that should be holding the frame in place; any ideas what I could use to secure it? I had no luck trying to attach photos so here's a link https://photos.app.goo.gl/R4a3tpAPYVcwq32S8 Thank you, dovy
  11. I have recently bought a second hand gaggia classic (2014). I have bought a new Rancilio Silvia V1 &V2 steam want to fit, however when I’ve go to fit it,the original wand/arm is just clicked in with a plastic fitting, there is no hit holding it it. The steam works ok, but when I’ve gone to put the original wand/arm back in it doesn’t appear to be frothing the milk very well any more. Could anyone help me? Am I missing a nut? Thanks
  12. I have our 1998 Classic on a rollout caddy, which makes refilling convenient. I replaced the steam wand with a Silvia V1 and my next project is to install a PID in the near future. Interesting fact, when I first purchased the unit about a year ago from a couple that has used it about 3 times in the 19 years they had owned it, I quickly discovered something was not "right" with our unit, as there was a small current leak that would shock me every time I would touch the body of the machine, and then touch something else (often my forearm would touch the side of my stainless refrigerator). After some head scratching and some careful investigating, I discovered that the polarity of our unit had been reversed from the factory. I switched the pos and neg wires, and there is no longer a problem.
  13. Hi, new to the forum here. I've been wanting an espresso machine for a while and my GF gave me as a present the Gaggia Classic, which seemed to be a solid machine. However upon more research I find out that the 2015 model I have (RI9403/11) is very different internally and inferior to the older versions. On top of that the machine only comes with a pressurized basket so I would need to buy a decent tamper & new basket before I could even start making decent espresso. Furthermore in the old gaggia classic it seems it was quite easy to reset the pressure to 9bar however I don't know how it is with the new one. I haven't been very happy with the results I got so far with the stock setup as changing grind etc doesn't seem to make much difference at all. I already had a decent grinder (Ascaso i-1) for a while which I've been using for Aeropress & French Press. Do you think it's worthwhile getting the proper basket etc for this machine, or should I just return it? Would love to hear any experiences with the 2015 Gaggia Classic.
  14. Can anyone recommend where I can send my old Gaggia Classic for a good service/overhaul or rebuild please? Perhaps to include fitting PID and Rancilio wand. Cheers
  15. I've recently returned to the forums after a bit of time away for about a year. When I left I had a frankly pathetic Krups XP5200 coffee machine and a Krups GVX2 burr grinder... Oh dear. Then I moved onto a Gaggia Cubika with the Krups grinder before upgrading to the Iberital MC5 you see below. Finally and very recently I've upgraded to a Gaggia Classic machine and wow what a difference! As you can see it's the Gaggia Classic Gold. I've got the basic bits to go alongside it, scales, tamper and milk jug as well as my custom patented grinds catcher (a glass ashtray!) and my trimmed down hopper to fit under the counter. My modifications so far are setting the OPV to 10 bar as well as fitting a Rancilio Millennium steam arm (found on a lot of commercial/prosumer machines)
  16. Hi, this is my first post on this forum so the whole making espresso's is pretty new to me! Anyway i'll get straight to it. I've recently picked up a gaggia classic and Graef cm80 grinder off ebay and have been enjoying making espresso's, however I can never seem to get a good espresso shot consistently. I measure out exactly the amount of coffee i use and it's normally around 18-20g. I usually have to use the finest setting on my Graef cm80, and I try to tamper as evenly as possible, but I find that even if i put in exactly the same amount of coffee and grind it exactly the same I will pull a massively under-extracted shot followed by an over-extracted one. I can't seem to get any consistency in my shots! I probably waste at least half my coffee in useless shots just because I can't figure out any formula for how to get the right shot, it's very annoying. For example, today I changed my grind setting by 5 increments and it made no difference to my shot of exactly the same quantity of coffee - it was still massively under-extracted. It's putting me off using the gaggia classic and I find I'm just making filter's more just so I don't waste coffee! Any help would be massively appreciated, does it sound like the grinder is the problem? Maybe it could be giving a inconsistent grind? or could it be something wrong with the gaggia classic? Thanks for any help!!
  17. https://www.gumtree.com/p/coffee-machines/classic-gaggia-coffee-maker/1166617946 What is it with Scotland?!
  18. As above. Good condition Gaggia Classic 2010 + extras. I'm the second owner. Have used majority filtered or bottled water but in the interest of honesty it has been used with tap water too (living in London). It's in fully working condition but it's not perfect in terms of cosmetic appearance, there are marks from cleaning on the top and sides, and there's some marks underneath the drip tray on the bottom of the machine. The portafilter forms the best seal when past perpendicular - I think this is due to the gasket. You could replace it if you want to, but I have been using it like this since I bought it - just screw the portafilter into the grouped until it goes tight and forms a seal. I've tried my best to document the condition of it as much as possible. - Standard portafilter with original single spout and third party double spout - OPV mod done ~ 9 bars - OEM basket - Brass dispersion plate - V1/V2 Rancilio steam wand (fitted) - Mesh shower plate - Includes blank basket for backflushing. Also includes Made by Knock beech heft 58.35mm flat tamper and small Olympia milk jug I'm looking for £95 all in, collected from Bethnal Green, London E2. I also have a Mazzer super jolly which I am selling on another thread. Can do a package deal.
  19. Having a bit of a clear out last night and came across a 1kg bag of Rave's Signature blend at the back of the cupboard..... Roast date 15/06/15, best before 15/12/15 Thought I'd give it a whirl and see what is was like..... Unbelievably good in fact, Incredibly chocolatey with a great depth and very smooth, A nice dark crema, darker than usual? I don't know if that's a good or bad thing? it did pour slightly slower than usual, I can only assume because the beans were dryer due to age? I tried 15g in, 25g out and also 15g in 30g out both very nice in a flat white, I usually have milk based drinks I did notice there wasn't as much coffee oils as usual All in all a positive experience, I wont be so concerned about using it up in a month, after it's rest period in future
  20. Hi one and all, I am looking to buy a Classic and have heard rightly or wrongly the Classic II isn't built quite as well and also can't be pressure adjusted. Hence I am looking at second hand Classics. I have the option to buy one from 2007, but would imagine some servicing and cleaning will be required. What sorts of things would you expect to need some attention to ensure the machine performs near its best? Thanks, Jon
  21. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gaggia-Coffee-Machine-And-DeLonghi-Coffee-Grinder-/262047061870?hash=item3d0338d76e I think if you offer a bit less he will still take it
  22. Title says it all, looking to pick this up soonish thinking it was the Italian model, but the 'made in EU?' Is giving me doubts! Cheers, Andy
  23. I'm having problems getting the (ebay) wand to fit. It won't enter the recess enough to allow the nut to engage. If I was alone on a desert island I'd just file it down (and ruin the chrome) but thought I'd ask here first to see if this is common...... The old Gaggia wand is 6.00 to 6.06 mm diameter along its length and has a 'square cross section' bulge supporting the O ring. The new wand is slightly oval at 6.15 to 6.20 at the tip and 5.95 to 6.05 mm under the O ring. The O ring support bulge is roughly semicircular in section (don't think that matters). As a minor issue the new O ring is 10.00 mm od 1.90 mm height of section and the old one is worn looking at 9.40mm od and section of 1.60 mm (as well as I can measure rubber with vernier calipers) I'm sure this is just new compared to old and worn and should compress into place. So my question - is there anything critical in the dimensions that should make me return it for a replacement or just get on and and 'adjust' it? Thanks Mike
  24. Hi all, I have done the stream wand mod and noted considerable improvement in steam quality. Am now considering the OPV mod as it seems quite straight forward, only thing is I saw a video on YouTube where an engineer from Rancillio (IIRC) said 12-15 bar vibration pumps are not designed to operate in the same way so the mod is pretty pointless. Can anyone confirm that it does in fact improve the quality of extraction? Thanks
  25. Only £10 as of 7am today Finishes 22nd May Spares/repair but "works slowly" http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gaggia-Classic-Espresso-Cappuccino-Machine-PARTS-or-SPARES-Works-But-Slowly-/371628585454?hash=item5686ca31ee:g:IzIAAOSwr0ZXOJwT
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