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  1. Yep. I'm confused. I've watched a few videos out there and I'm still not sure if I'm getting this right. I know theres heaps of info out there but i need to explain my understanding of this in my own idiot way to see if anyone can help me here. I get this so far: Brew light ON = Boiler OFF Temperature Falling Brew light OFF = Boiler ON Temperature Climbing So from what I understand, I'm trying to pick a point in the temp variation between the boiler going on and off (which i hear could be a 10-15º swing) and go at a given point where I can pull a shot at a consistent temperature, therefore removing the temp swing as a variable in the brewing process. This is what i'm doing: 10-15 minute warm up, the brew light shows on (Boiler OFF), telling me the boiler is full and ready to go. Now I'd guess that the temp would slowly be falling now at this point. By then I've already got my PF filled and ready for business. I then flush a few seconds out of the group head until the brew light goes off (Boiler ON), then pop in my PF (get my cup and scales underneath). Light goes back on (Boiler OFF) press the brew switch and fill my cup. All nice and easy. 95% of my shots are all hitting my desired recipe and ratios: 18g in - 36g out - 26-30 seconds. My issue is I think I am getting too many shots leaning on the 'Sour' side of things, which i'm reading that is either 'Under' Extracting or too low a brew temp. I would have thought that with the technique above I would be pulling my shot at the HIGHEST point in the temp swing of the GC? Am I missing something obvious here? Does this technique guarantee that I’m pulling shots at the same temp every time? What else am I not thinking of that could be causing some sour shots? Will be getting a PID from shades soon, so I know all this probably wont matter then, but i'm trying to get my head around the basics of this thing before I start modding. All tips on surfing explained for an espresso newbie, gratefully appreciated.
  2. 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!
  3. *** Price Reduced *** I have an original Gaggia Classic for sale….. It needs some attention as the steam wand has recently stopped delivering steam – may just be blocked and need a descale?? Or indeed it would be a good modding project for someone with the skills. Otherwise it works (I know – a bit oxymoronic). Machine would be available for collection/delivery only in the Guildford area of Surrey. I’m kind of guessing at (was £100) £80.00 being the right point – even as a machine to be broken for parts? I’ll add some photos as soon as possible.
  4. I have a Gaggia Classic with upgraded goodies - rancilio steam wand and IMS shower screen and basket. I bought this from Mark about 9 months ago, so it had been fully refurbished by him. Since then I've really not used it an awful lot. When I have used it, I've used bottled Volvic about 80% of the time, the rest of the time it's used filtered tap water. I have used puly caff to descale once and I've cleaned regularly using cafiza powder. I've got plenty of both left and they will be included. I can ship this, but I'd much prefer collection or I will deliver within a reasonable range of Aylesbury (we can work that out if required). If required to ship, I can only really do this on weekends and will need you to bear with me while I get suitable packaging together. I'm asking for £140, which is less than I paid for it without the IMS upgrades and I believe to be a very fair price.
  5. I got around to making a pressure gauge for my Classic. I was looking for the parts to make it and found an ebay seller that had everything I needed - cpmpneumatics. It turned out the seller was only a couple of miles away so I called in and picked them up. Anyway I thought I'd post the details so anyone can order them and make their own. The only extra you'll need is some PTFE tape to seal the threads. I only needed it on the portafilter. Please note: This assumes your PF thread is 3/8" BSP Pressure Gauge Reducing Bush If you need PTFE tape they even do that PTFE Tape Here is the finished article.
  6. Hey Coffee Forums, So I created a thread yesterday to gather if there was any interest in a slim drip tray for the Gaggia Classic (to enable taller cups/scales). It turns out I'm not the only person who has suffered this issue. Given I have a 3D printer, I printed one for myself and am happily using it, so I thought I'd offer them up for sale on here. Price: £13, delivered (normal first class post). I can upgrade the postage to signed for, for an extra £1. Images of the drip tray are below (I will be printing them in black, though I can print in the blue if anyone really wants). The tray is printed in PLA, which I've found to be more than sufficient. Note the surface finish isn't as smooth as the original drip tray, though I find it to be more than acceptable. One other note is that I had to extend the drain pipe, I just cut up a straw. Any questions feel free to ask! Tobie.
  7. 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!
  8. So I've just got myself a second hand Classic, model 18161/40, and managed to pull my first shot - yay! However, I've not been able to create any foam with the Rancilio steam wand and now I've run out of milk. The milk warms up but stays the same consistency. I was using cold semi-skimmed and probably had about half a pint in the frothing jug. Anyway I'm off to get some more milk and look for another tutorial on Youtube but any pointers welcome.
  9. Note 2015 New Gaggia Classic models have no solenoid and as of yet , a method for OPV has not been found Congratulations!! Think of the soundtrack to ‘Titanic’, because you’re currently standing on the bow of a small boat, arms outstretched, bound for the new and exciting world of Coffee! In case you haven’t already realised, www.coffeeforums.co.uk is fantastic. The people on here are sooo helpful and friendly, and in no time at all you’ll be making great espresso. You’ll also probably soon want to get into brewed coffee, but let’s leave that to one side for now and focus on helping you get started with the Classic. I hope you’ll spend the time reading through old posts on here – many questions have already been asked at some point, and answers have already been given. But I thought I’d just offer up some words, and links to threads, websites, youtube videos etc. These are the ones I still have bookmarked on my browser from when I got my Classic and started the never-ending quest for the perfect espresso (the “God Shot” as one forum member recently called it ) 1. http://www.coffeecrew.com/learning/255-gaggia-classic-step-by-step It’s a fantastic primer in using and maintaining the Classic, and starting to adopt a good espresso-making process. 2. http://coffeegeek.com/proreviews/firstlook/gaggiaclassic/details Another good post to help you learn about your machine. You need to understand it before you can use it properly. 3. http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?2995-Gaggia-Classic-newbie-starting Some typical things you need to do right away. Contrary to what you might expect, the Classic isn’t shipped with everything you need. 4. http://www.gaggia.com/dam/bo/allegati/files/23_classic.pdf The Gaggia Classic manual that comes with the machine. Following the instructions in the manual will not automatically get you making great espresso, but they are a good start. 5. http://www.bluebox.com.au/jcrayon/gaggia/ How to change the Group Gasket on a Gaggia Classic Espresso machine. If your machine is second hand, there’s a good chance you need to do this. Don’t worry... it’s easy, and it’s also a great way to get used to the idea that if you want good espresso then you need to learn a few things about the workings of the machine. Like I say, don’t worry! You’re probably going to like it, and will soon even be keen to make a few modifications to your machine. 6. http://www.happydonkey.co.uk/gaggiaspareparts.html Happy Donkey stocks some of the main parts and accessories you will need. This page lists some of them. http://www.espressoservices.co.uk/gaggia_accessories.html This Glasgow-based company are also great. David works full time on repairing and maintaining lots of different domestic espresso machines, and they have good access to parts. 7. http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?p=11548518#post11548518 Very soon you’re going to realise that the original steam wand on the Classic isn’t great for making those lattes and cappuccinos. Thankfully you can buy a longer, better wand to replace it (but take care – this will invalidate your warranty if it’s a new machine). Here are some more links on the subject. http://thehippy.net/nucleus/index.php?itemid=1311 http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1126833848 http://www.toomuchcoffee.com/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&t=4851 To fit this to a new 2015 model classic pleas go here for instructions http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?21693-Putting-a-Silvia-Wand-Onto-New-2015-Gaggia-Classics&p=257916#post257916 8. https://www.happydonkey.co.uk/espressomachinebackflush.html To keep your machine clean, some people recommend backflushing. This is a quick and easy process that you don’t need to do that often. 9. http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?2390-Adjusting-OPV-on-a-Classic After a while you might start thinking of doing the OPV mod. This basically just involved turning an allen key, but you need to understand what is going on, and decide whether you want to do it or not. Some people say it’s not necessary... other people swear by it. Sorry, there’s no definitive right answer – like many things in coffee. Here's another link. http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showthread.php?p=53799445 10. This is quite a cool little tutorial in pulling an espresso shot with the Classic. In time you’ll develop your own version of this, working in slight tweaks and improvements, but it’s good to see someone else’s process. Have fun!
  10. 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
  11. Hello All, I've been looking for a shallow drip tray or my classic and have come across this: http://www.gaggia.uk.com/caffeshop.htm#!/Stainless-Steel-Metal-Drip-Tray-for-Classic/p/65656223/category=3540309 I like that it's stainless and slim enough so I can just about fit a normal mug under the portafilter. Does anyone have experience of these and offer any alternative?
  12. Gaggia Classic in very good condition and working order Rancilio steam wand OPV set to 9 bar IMS Screen Brass dispersion plate Bottomless portafilter Original portafilter Due to having a Lever, it was stored and unused for a long time Now I would like the Gaggia baby move to a new home with good taking care like me It is not in Original Box. However, I can pack carefully and post to UK main land
  13. I just finished a full teardown and rebuild of a Gaggia Classic and it's not pulling water through. Seems to be the solenoid valve but I took it apart and descaled it. Any ideas on how to troubleshoot? I'm a bit stuck now
  14. Notices the steam on my gaggia classic drop very significantly after steaming two small jugs of milk. I’d say I’m making three cups during the third one there is practically nothing coming out, if I knock the machine gently it starts up again then stops. Used to be able to make 4/5 cups of coffee at a time but can’t now. Any ideas what’s up?
  15. Hi All, I was after some advice if I may. I’m running a Gaggia Classic (Rancilio wand and OPV mod) and Mazzer Super Jolly (had it for about a year). I make 2-4 drinks on a weekend day, usually cappuccino / cortado and the odd mid week drink. Would upgrading to an IMS or VST basket make a difference over the stock (non pressurised) double baskets? Or since I’m mostly going milk based is it not a material difference? Also I can’t seem to find a sensible answer on whether IMS or VST is better, only the one direct comparison (from perfect daily grind) which says any difference is marginal. And if I upgrade the basket is there a benefit to going bottomless on the Portafilter at the same time? Thanks for any / all advice and sorry for the long question!
  16. Hi, I would love a tamper for a Gaggia classic (58+mm). Its for my brothers 21st but I am on a bit of a budget. Anyone have anything suitable ? Any shot glasses would be great too. Thx :-)
  17. 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.
  18. Hi I’m having big problems dialling in my Gaggia Classic which seem to yield anywhere between 2:1 to 4:1 for the same grind/time I bought this pre-modded machine: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F173764571482 I replaced the shower plate with a brass one and bought a pressure meter portafilter. Out the box it was measuring 8 bar so I tweaked it to 9 I’m using an Espro 30lb calibrated tamper and VST filter so I assume my pucks are okay I’m using a Baratza Sette 270 and the closest I got for a 2:1 was on setting 3I but then that almost doubled on a consecutive run I have tried decalcifying it which appeared to make no difference. I’m waiting on a backflush tray to clean it with cafiza I’m really unsure what to do next? Any advice would be really appreciated Thanks
  19. Gaggia Classic for sale. It's the Romanian made 1300W model. Comes with single/double pressurised baskets and one normal basket (don't ask the size as I'm not sure but it's 58mm and are readily available). Also chucking a tamper in that came with it when I bought it. It's had a Silvia steam mod done but no idea on OPV pressure mod. The top has some cup scratches but you can always put a bit of silicone mat on it if it bother you. I bought this off fleabay for my other half but ended up buying a Sage BE for her instead (small kitchen so no room really for separate machine/grinder). It's been sat in my kitchen gathering dust as I have a habit of keeping stuff, but I'll never use it so might as well sell it to someone who will get some use out of it. The chap I bought it off suffered a reaction to caffeine and always used pre-ground (hence the pressurised baskets) I've used it once to try it when I bought it and it worked, and once at my partners house. It is what it is and sold as seen. For £100 it'll get you going or serve as an office/spare/holiday machine. I'm losing out a bit on what I paid, but just want it shifting tbh before it goes in the garage to gather dust and rust. I won't post it, so don't ask as stuff does get damaged and I don't have any packing for it. But I'll be at the lever do at Rave later this month or can be seen/picked up from Goole. I don't mind dropping it off either as long as it's not too far from Goole/York.
  20. 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.
  21. I’m trying to work out which gasket I need the site https://www.theespressoshop.co.uk/en/Gaggia/b-27.aspx has two. One is red and silicone (Gaggia Classic Boiler to Grouphead Silicone Gasket - 12001021 £2.64) , the other is black (Gaggia Classic Boiler to Grouphead EPDM Gasket - DM0041/082 £1.20) Any idea on the difference/benefits? Also do these fit a Classic from 2012? Thanks
  22. 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
  23. Hi All, Recently purchased a Gaggia Classic With mr Shades PID from a Forum member and all is great. I have been using it for around a week now with no problems. Just gone to make a latte, Poured a nice shot, flicked the steam button looked at the PID controller no change in temperature. I have taken off the top lid, tested the back right SSR (labeled Steam) on pins 3 -4 (input) there is no voltage when the steam button is OFF, 230Vac When Switch is ON. Any ideas why this thing is not goign to the 137 Degrees it should do?
  24. I bought a very cheap Classic on eBay and then discovered why it was so cheap. Seems like the machine had never been descaled or taken care of. I took the boiler out and wanted to open it up and clean it out. Two screws managed to come out but then the other two just clean broke off. Question is, can I still save it (how?) and is it even worth it? Here are some photos before I started unscrewing everything: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xmrhsx1xlxoi6wb/AAA2ehUSxJokw0l1aP2mKoFUa?dl=0
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