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  1. Amazing customer service Just received my first bag of coffee from them Waroonga blend. I wrote on the note of their website when ordering that I would love to try out a few other versions of their coffee as I would be potentially ordering more and they included some freebie samples of other popular blends in nice little black ziplock bags. Roasted yesterday. Haven't ground them yet, but will do once I get some milk. Very pleased with their customer service and pricing. I will review the coffee soon ish~ I just got my new metal lens hood for my mazzer superjolly. It fits perfectly. Just need to find/ make a lid for it now.
  2. Soll

    Gaggia TS

    Anyone on the forum bought the Gaggia TS that was sold on EBAY today ?
  3. I purchased my Gaggia TS in May 2015 from eBay. It was in a very, very bad condition so I had to tear it apart piece by piece and clean it all up. The boiler was full of scale and the grouphead was all gunked up. It took 3-4 days of soaking in a bucket full of citric acid to remove the scale deposits from the HX pipes and the boiler. There was quite some surface rust on the inside so after removing all the parts I sanded it down, put rust converted and two coats of primer. I replaced all of the seals/gaskets, the steam wand, and the thermostat safety reset. I made a thread following the restoration process and you can read it here. As you will see in the photos below, I haven't done anything as far as appearance is concerned mostly because I was very eager to get it going. The reason I'm selling is that I got a Bezzera Magica back in February 2016 and the Gaggia has been sitting in storage ever since. I purchased a car not a long time ago and need to clear some space for my second set of tires. And maybe my girlfriend is a getting a bit annoyed that there is a coffee machine sitting in a corner in the living room and another one in the closet (my old Rancilio Silvia) The TS is a great machine for the money. It has a heated grouphead so unlike E61 machines it warms up in about 10 minutes. It has a huge boiler with plenty of steam. It takes a bit of practice to get the temperature right but that is standard for pretty much every HX out there. It's definitely not a looker and this particular one has a few paint chips and quite some scratches. It's in a great mechanical condition but the exterior one is not that great. Here is an album with some photos: http://imgur.com/a/NqoTr. Do let me know if you want any closeups. Price: £270 delivered (tracked & insured) / it will take me a few days time to ship as I've been quite busy on workdays the past couple of weeks. Oh, and it comes with two spouted and one naked PF.
  4. Found the newest leak guys! I believe this to be the last one and this one makes sense. Right next to the boiler there is a copper pipe which leads to the steamwand, on that nut that it is joining to a few other pipes. That is what is leaking. When my machine cools down I will undo this nut and see whats wrong, it might just need tightening, if not I have PTFE tape I can create a better seal for it The leak is mostly sound but there is a constant drip every 1-2 seconds. I will provide a picture. Having a leak near the steamwand would make sense as to why my steampressure gradually drops and why its not as powerful as it should be. It also makes more sense as to why it gets moist on the right side of machine in a small little area (Its shown on the pictures the big grey patch)
  5. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gaggia-TS-Pro-Coffee-machine-Fully-Reconditioned-/221792367951?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item33a3daf54f
  6. I have a gaggia TS1 which was given to me as a swap because it apparently didn't work. I descaled it and after heating it up did manage to get water to come out through the group. I used a domestic type descale which I poured into the water butt and then drew through the different outlets using pump pressure.I flushed it through a dozen times and eventually got clear water sucess a workig gaggia...nearly. With a bit of common sense I realised that the tank was filling so the pump worked, the water was hot so the elemnts worked and hot water , coffee or steam came out of each relevant port, this is great, cappacinos all day long for a bout 2 days and then on the 3rd day after about half an hour of acting normally it stops working, the red light comes on that usualy means the water butt is empty although it isn.t. it seems like an overheat issue as it takes about half an hour to fail and during that time everything works normally, I think the brain is overheating on a weak relay, DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET A NEW GIEMME RL3 220V ??? the only ones i can find online are 110v for the US market,also mine is a 4f which seems to be more unusual, I took out the water level probe and it was shining beautifully s i think ts fine also the pressurestat does change the PSi if adjusted so i think thats good. Funny thing is whilst its coolin down ( it does comeback on eventually) the group stays hot and you can hear the thermo clicking on/off:eek:
  7. I smuggled a Gaggia TS back to Malaysia last month. Thanks to Half a day of meticulous packing, the monster arrived fully serviceable. This particular machine has a separate thermostat to control the electrically-heated group head. A clever idea, as the machine gets to heat with surprising speed. I have 2 thermostats. The one pre-fitted is rated to 103c & another at 98c. Which one do reckon I should use for home 4 or 6 bevs a day? Banish-which one do have fitted mate? Cheers.
  8. Hi all, I bought a Gaggia TS a couple of weeks ago. I don't have a grinder yet so have been using a tin of Illy espresso ground coffee. So far so good. 90 or so espresso shots at 30 seconds duration each have given me consistent coffee. The machine seems to work OK after I renewed the group head seal (bitch of a job as it had turned to rock hard carbon!). Pressure is at 1.25 bar. Once or twice I have seen about double the amount of coffee come out of the head. Today I tried different coffee (Lavazza) and in 30 seconds I filled a medium, sized coffee cup in 30 seconds. Previously I was getting less than half a cup in 30 secs. What's going on? Same pressure, same amount of coffee in the filter, all conditions equal, and yet suddenly the coffee is flowing much faster! Any ideas? I'll probably go back to Illy for now anyway. Thanks all, Charlie
  9. I collected my secondhand Gaggia TS yesterday, and after a quick cleanup its looking fine. But its much bigger than I anticipated and makes a significant impact on the work surfaces in my kitchen (see comparison with my Gaggia Coffee). Mrs Banish is taking it very well, but I can tell she is not completely happy. I hope a few fine coffees later she will accept the new resident.
  10. Afternoon all. Have recently completely stripped down, cleaned, repainted and replaced parts of my TS. All assembled to check connections, electrics etc. Pump is working as it is drawing water from the tank, water starts to come through the group head, steam wand open fully. Works for a few seconds and then stops to prevent damage to the element which is usual. However I cannot figure out why the internal boiler is not filling and as a result water is not flowing through the steam wand Any ideas
  11. Not sure if this is a bargain, as it is currently broken, but anyone wanting a holiday project... I was tempted, but knew I would get in trouble if I got it! http://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Italian-coffee-machine-Gaggia-/121845652695?
  12. Cana

    Gaggia TS Ebay

    Hey guys! Found this Gaggia TS on ebay. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gaggia-TS-semi-commercial-Pro-espresso-machine-Rrp-1500-/151620221314?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item234d44f982 Hopefully it goes by cheap and I'll have another person besides me having a Gaggia TS. Its mainly missing drip tray apparently but it might be combo packaged with his iberital grinder for a little more if you ask nicely possibly his/her tamper and tamping mat. I own a Gaggia TS and recently restored it to like factory condition by myself Absolutely love these machines. The stability during a shot is amazing and it has some very unique features to these machines.
  13. Looking for a Knock drawer that will fit nicely under my Gaggia TS,Size (H x W x D): 47.0 cm x 31.0 cm x 51.0 cm Please let me know if you have one for sale with pictures if possible please. Thanks! A little tired of emptying my grindenstein every 4-6 shots. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Also looking to buy a hopper or an improvised hopper for my mazzer SJ. Loving the look of modified hoppers, metal chimney ones, glass, alternative colours/ shapes. Will consider any hopper that will fit the Mazzer SJ. Let me know please
  14. My TS is poorly When you first switch it on the red light which indicates that the water tank is empty comes illuminates and the machine does nothing. The water tank has water in it so I know that is not the problem. I have disconnected the leads that plug into the Auto Fill controller and tested the connections but there is no voltage so I cannot blame a faulty connection. I was all for ordering a new Auto Fill when I switched it on recently after a few days rest and the machine started warming up. But when I pressed the brew switch, water started coming out okay but the pump sounded laboured. It then cut out with the warning light again. It now sits there again and will not start. I have tried contacting local businesses to fix my Gaggia but most are only interested in the domestic machines. When I contacted a local commercial supplier instead they thought it was a domestic machine. Can anybody recommend a suitable repairer in the West Yorkshire area?
  15. Well I just threw all caution to the wind and purchased a used Gaggia TS! 550 quid. apparently purchased for a business venture which never got off the ground. Has been sitting idle for a couple of years in someone's kitchen!
  16. Right ! So here we have a Gaggia TS (modified with tiny tiny monkeywrench instead of steamwand knob as mine broke) Mazzer SJ, with Telescopic tamper. However this is also modified as the disc on this is actually a custom made 80.32 manual tamper disc from my purple heart tamper ( swapped the disc from manual to the telescopic, using some ptfe tape and impact glue as there is a size difference in threads) Fits basket 100% (I now have a purpleheart wood handle with no disc currently available if anyone needs?) Everything else can be seen xx save for the modifications done to the grinder chute which were done by previous owner from a guy on here, I forget his name though. commercial knockbox under grinder, and Coffee catcher. The extended fork to allow the telescopic tamper to be used properly is in the mail now, it should be with me by the 4th of January. Currently using the Christmas blend from RAVE coffee xx Lovely stuff!
  17. Hello everyone! I have a Gaggia TS that I bought second hand from a cafe owner. It's had some light use and a few problems that I noticed after the previous owner drove off and stopped responding to me. Anyways.. 3 weeks after getting it I finally make my first flatwhite with it. Absolutely love it. It still has a little bit of a leak problem from the Air VAC valve due to the rubber seal that looks like its a little too big to fit properly.(need some help finding one that fits) I bought the Gaggia TS for £360 so I think its pretty good for the price. Absolutely love the machine it has a certain roughness that reminds me of a VW beetle, where it just needs a little love and itll last you years. A little about me, I'm from San Diego California but I was sorta nomadic for the past 6 years and now I think I am settling in Bedford UK. I am a musician/ Coffee addict. Love to try new things even if they aren't the most typical ideas. So far I've made 21 coffees, 2 instant pasta snacks, 6 green teas, 3 matcha teas (once in portafilter the other times in milk jug with steamwand) All with pretty good success. I'm very new to bigger machines and am looking for a Grinder to improve my shots. I am upgrading from my heavily modified D'longhi EC145 to this Gaggia TS. Looking at getting a Iberital MC2 for my first grinder however I know nothing about them! Please give me some advice on getting a grinder. Also in the year or so that I've been using espresso machines I have bought 6 tampers that don't fit.. My most recent one is a tiny tiny bit too small.. Might be giving these away or swapping for one that fits. Heres my machine from a few days ago after I adjusted OPV and descaled, backflushed etc etc Thanks! Cana
  18. Working perfectly. Was serviced last year. Correct pressure. With manual. Has the improved stainless steel steam wand and comes with a couple of portafilter handle things. A great machine for making professional coffee at home. It took me about half a day to go from never having made a latte to making coffee better than my local coffee shop. A very easy machine to use. Collect from SE15 or send your courier. Charlie
  19. Looks a good deal at £350 Buy it Now price. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Gaggia-TS-semi-commercial-Pro-espresso-machine-Rrp-1500-/251964599249?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3aaa42abd1
  20. There has been a drip from my hot waterspout of my Gaggia TS for a week or two now. Starting to bug me as it fills the cups/ drip tray I put underneath it in about an hour. Drip severity depends on how much pressure is in the boiler. I can get it down to about a drip per minute but I would like it to stop. Anyone else have experience with a drip from the hot water spout? I thought it would be the handle for the valve not closing properly, but I tightened it all the way to the right to close the valve and all it does is slow the drips. Would love to see if theres an easy fix before I take it apart again.
  21. As some of you know, I recently won a Gaggia TS on eBay and got it shipped to Bulgaria. The couriers managed to do some damage and although it was nothing too major, I decided to do a full strip down to treat a few internal rust spots, replace the seals and descale. First I thought I'd wait until my CFA exam passes but today I got fed up with my consecutive 6-7 hour study day and decided to start playing with the Gaggia. Right now I've managed to disassemble everything. I've labeled the connectors, made photos, and started collecting all the bits and pieces that need cleaning. I'll share some photos later but now I need help with removing the boiler element. It appears that due to scale and the seal being 10 years old, it won't come off. This is how the boiler on the side of the element looks (not my photos): The round piece with the connectors is the base of the element and it is bolted to the triangular piece which is part of the actual boiler. I've removed all bolts but it won't come off. I tried using a flat tip screwdriver to separate the element from the boiler but that tip can't get in the space between the two. Any ideas?
  22. Having used my Gaggia TS for a fair few years now, I borrowed a Silvia. The Gaggia is now in the laundry room. All the hard work to get good espresso out of the TS was rewarded instantly with the Silvia. It takes a little longer to get the drinks together, though as I get used to it, the quicker I'm producing, but the espresso is WOW! Excellent espresso from the Silvia, I'm rewarded for my efforts every shot. One thing I did notice, its true what they say - that little machine takes a fair time to heat up and stabilise. Don't rush the Silvia unless you like sour sour shots. Use a plug timer.
  23. I have a nice Gaggia TS machine for sale. Was at London Espresso a few weeks ago for a check over and a new motherboard (£240). Working perfectly. Has a new group head seal (these tend to go rigid over time and can leak). Pressure stable at 1.3bar. Makes great coffee. Comes with a single portafilter. In East Dulwich. Collection only. Charlie
  24. I've been given a wonderful Gaggia TS machine which is 10 years old, has been broken for 4/5 years but I'm certain it can be repaired. The only missing part is the filter holder and handle. There is a small leak at the brass outlet connection just to the left of the element (connects with the hot water tap) which seems straightforward to fix with a spanner and some ptfe tape and this will be affecting pressure. However the faults are more serious I think: When I turn it on the light flicks red which is correct The light stays on if there is no water in the tank which is correct The boiler fills from the tank ok and I've tested the level sensor on the boiler and it seems to work ok. The boiler heats up, but only occasionally... more often there is just no power to the element The boiler will heat up sometimes and turn off for no apparent reason. Don't think the anti vacuum valve is stuck but it may be The boiler will occasionally build pressure to the extent that I can test the steam and water taps which work and see that the pressure sensor gauge works The group heats with the independent element (nice) and water will flow when I turn on the group switch. I suspect the issues might be: controller, solenoid, pressure stat, HX/element problem. My plan is to resolve the issues and buy/ install the right components and then restore before use. However I have no idea how to test the components, in what logical sequence or where to buy them from. I'd really appreciate help from someone who understands these machines. I'm very practical and can do most things with some guidance. With many thanks!
  25. Now I am settling down with my Gaggia TS but I would like to change a couple of things. My first priority is the showerscreen, or rather the removal so that I can replace the grouphead seal since I think its quite tired. The current showerscreen is plastic and I cannot remove the screw (see burring in photograph). Where can I get a replacement? (When I do eventually remove it I want to replace immediately - no coffee downtime ) The second item to change is the steam wand since it is one of those paranello wands. The wand can rotate 360 degrees. What can I replace it with? Wholelattelove has the model with a much better wand but I don't know if this is available in this country.
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