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  1. Following an abortive coffee van venture, I am disposing of everything i gathered a few years ago, as I need the room and they're sat, unused: LaPavoni Lever LPG Dual Fuel 2-group This may not be the best place for a full pro machine such as this, but I'm a long-time member so thought I should put it here first. Was purchased with the van (Piaggio Ape 3 wheeler, also for sale) in working condition, though it's been sat a while so will require re-commissioning/testing etc. Photos to follow. would like £900 - am open to offers. based north/north-east. Cheers, NBN
  2. My old faithful Gaggia Classic had got far too scaled up. A lesson learned, use bottled water. It was time for a new coffee machine, but what to get. After much dilemma about whether a lever machine would be suitable or not, especially when I had guests, I decided against it. My wife decided for me that getting a new Gaggia would be a good idea as I had always been happy with my old one, until it died after lots of use. It seemed a good plan a slightly better machine was going to be lots more money, and lots bigger. The lever urge remained and a quick glance on ebay identified a pre millenium La Pav europiccola in my budget that would satisfy my needs. They both arrived today I have a few things to get, a 49mm tamper, some bottled water, a decent set of scales. I also think I will need to get myself a new grinder as I think the La Pav is going to show the weaknesses of my Iberital MC2. I may possibly get a decent hand grinder for the Pav if such a thing exists, reserach to be done. Anyway, here they are for now.
  3. For anyone wanting the above kit to add a Full Piston Pressure Gauge kit, I just ordered one from this company, https://coffee-sensor.com/product/coffee-sensor-full-piston-pressure-kit-for-the-la-pavoni-europiccola-pre-millennium-and-millenium-machines/ Cost is €200 with free postage, spoke to The Espresso Shop this week and they are going to put something on their website along the same lines, a full kit, the quoted me around £200 plus their hefty postage costs, or they do have all the parts on their website now, not sure what the individual parts come to, I took the easy way and got a full kit.
  4. When I stripped down the two 1978 La Pavonis I noticed that several of the ceramic washers on the heater disintegrated.. It would seem a common problem . I found that orphan espresso and the chap on spanglefish in the uk recommend using PTFE As substitutes. It has a working range up to 250-260C I bought a metre of the stuff and it is dead easy to drill and cut on a lathe . Has anyone tried this or can see pro or cons ?
  5. New in box Edesia Espress 51mm La Pavoni bottomless portafilter holder and 14g basket. Not required as I got the Coffee Sensor one to fit my La Pav, it comes with an internal spring clip and black plastic handle. Asking £30 collected Barking/East London or posted for £33 RM 2nd class. PP gift or cash on collection.
  6. I now know that my La Pavoni has good seals and I also know what 7 bar feels like on the lever, after testing with a pressure gauge fitted to a portafilter. Is 7 bar a good target pressure to aim for? I doubt the machine is solid enough to cope with much more weight on the lever, you can see it flexing and the bolts on the group to boiler are all wrong for heavy downwards loads... I read that 9 bar is the optimal pressure, but i think that would be pretty tough on the machine! Regarding temperature, 92 C is optimal, correct? I put a thermocouple inside the basket to measure the temp and another on the side of the group head to see what that gets to. I can't upload any of the plots for some reason Error #2038, but basically the moment the group gets above 80 C, the coffee puck goes over 92 C. After 3 pulls, the group is getting toward 90 C and the coffee is hitting 100 C. From a cool start, the group is at about 50 C. A preheat pull brings it to 65 C and then a proper pull with the portafilter on takes it up to 80 C but the coffee doesn't get past 80 C. I'd say is almost impossible to get the coffee temp to stay at 92 C unless let the boiler at water drop to around 95 C, but this means no pressure. I may add another thermocouple to monitor water temp in the boiler.
  7. As title suggests, anyone got a suitable funnel spare they want to move along or recommendations for new ones? Seen the obvious ones, but all quite pricey so worth checking here first!
  8. My name is Ash and I'm based in West London Brilliant to find a UK coffee forum compared to the usual US ones. My father is a Siemens appliance dealer for the last 30 years so have had the chance to order in the best Siemens coffee machines or should I say rebranded gaggia machines. As the years went by most of my family got hooked on espresso and cappuccinos the machines couldn’t stand up to the abuse so I decided to invest in a commercial setup for my home. After being quite happy with a La Pavoni Europiccola lever machine (Which I got of eBay for £100 as faulty only to find the wires wrong way round) Last month I can across a 2004 La Pavoni Pub 2M for £150 delivered. Needed a clean and descaling badly and only needed a water level probe replacing. The pic is what it looks like now but this isn’t my pic. And yesterday I picked up a 2007 La San Marco SM 90T for £85 didn’t even need cleaning but I will be converting this to be doserless to be more home friendly.
  9. I may well regret this at some point but I've purchased a Zip cheaply (less than £50) that is untidy but works, so I'm gong to clean, repaint and generally refurbish where practical to do. This may include making it doserless, but time will tell. I'll get some pics of it once it's out of the car, it's too heavy for me to currently lift. If I'm about to waste time and money on a machine that isn't any good to start with, please tell me now. So far I've just ordered new burrs and discussed with my brother that I'll be asking him to paint it. I thought of powder coating it, but it seems it wasn't done that way originally so paint should be OK, and it's c£50 for the coating.
  10. Back to the metal lathe after a request for one of these .. Looked OK after a bit of buffing ..
  11. After long enough hiding within the forum, I felt it was finally time to start my own thread. However, before I get started, I just want to say a massive thank you to @jimbojohn55 for his incredible patience with my many questions, and to @joey24dirt for just being a general bad influence when it comes to getting lever machines and the accessories that are also defintiely a "must have" Another thanks also goes to everyone on the forum for the many threads filled with information on these machines that have built up over the years. So, I already have a Post Millennium Europiccola, which I have had immense fun making coffee with. I always fancied seeing what a pre millennium machine would be like, and then this Professional came turned up and I couldn’t help myself. It was in of a clean, but everything worked. So why not, even it meant carrying it back through a few tube and train journeys. That is all part of the story right? I have tried my best to detail out most of the steps along the way. I also hope this formats ok. Bit of rust under the drip tray, but I followed an old thread and gave it a clean up and will just keep an eye on it moving forward To start with, I did the rounds in boiler with descaler. I decided to put off the disassembly of the base for another time (more on that later). Safe to assume it wasn't descaled often/ever. While that was going on, time to clean up the group. Having cleaned the group on my other machine, I thought I was ready for what lay inside. I was wrong. I was so wrong. I am not even sure I want to know what the last coffee made by this machine tasted like, or if the drinker survived it… With that experience out of the way. All other the parts were cleaned. With the new seals and the new sight glass protector ready as well, I put everything back together and added grease where needed. Unfortunatley no buffing, so no polished piston. But still alot better than what I started with. Assembly complete, it was time to switch the machine on. It didn’t blow up on me, so that’s something, but there are still a few things left to do: - Restore/replace the handles and knobs. The steam assembly in general was in a bit of a state and needed a fair amount of grease and adjustment to move smoothly again (once again, cheers for the guidance Jim). - When hot, the boiler rotates, so its time to get the oil wrench on order and sort that out when I can. - The wiring most likely needs an update. I replaced one of the connections, but given I may just take the base apart to redo all the seals etc and tighten things up. I might change all the connectors while I am at it. Especially as I think they are still the original ones. When will I get around to doing it? No idea, depends where work takes me, so stayed tuned for another update at some point
  12. Wanted a used, smallish lever espresso machine that heats up quickly and is easily serviced. Posted or collected from London or surrounding areas. La Pavoni Europiccola or Professional would be ideal, cosmetic condition not that important but it needs to be in working order. Open to other suggestions but not looking to spend Londinium money though as it is a bit of a whim.
  13. I have fitted my little La Pavoni with the group head pressure gauge , boiler pressure gauge , an old temperature gauge I had and a V2.1 steam nozzle .. Everything looked ok so I decided to have ago . A very quick read thru the forum and went for it .. Set the grinder a whole number finer .. I need to read some more . The shot didn’t look that good , the grind was way too fine .. But it tasted OK .. The steam tip worked really well ?. The intention is to use it in the evening for decaf until I get the hang of it .
  14. Does anyone know where there are description/pics/videos of how to take an old Europiccola Professional boiler off and replace it with a new one, I have trawled the internet that I know and can't find anything, so does anyone else know, I have never done it before and not being the best at fixing things I don't want to mess it up, thanks in advance.
  15. Having purchased a 49.5mm Pullman tamper from @coffeechap I was sadly excited to finally get a chance to use it today. To my dismay it's too big for the microcasa basket I use. I could use the original basket but that only holds 12-13g where the microcasa holds 15g. Does anyone know where I can get larger baskets for the pre mil? I'm not convinced the IMS ones are worth the price.
  16. So, now that I have both, both made on the same year of 2012 and only months older than each other, I can compare them all. I get that the Pro has a bigger boiler and in theory better steaming ability. But, am I the only one who finds steaming milk on the Pro awkward? The boiler having a wider diameter means they the venting outlet sits almost touching the boiler on the Pro, whereas on the Europiccola it almost touches the group, leaving more space to tilt and manoeuvre the milk pitcher to get the milk spinning. Am I missing something?
  17. Courtesy of CoffeeChap, I’m now a proud member of the lever club! It looks like I’ve got a lot to learn though! Hopefully the Niche comes soon, but for now the Feld2 will have to do :-)
  18. 2005 La Pavoni professional in chrome, I bought this to use for training, but TBH it is too good and thought someone might want it instead. I would rather use one that needs some work as a training machine. it has probably been day in a cupboard for 15 years and I estimate has been used maybe 20 times. I have never seen a polymer piston in original colour, there is no wear on the group sleeve or or the roller bearing of the group! No scale on the inside and all the seals are spot on, there are a couple of minor marks where the previous owner was a little enthusiastic during cleaning but nothing that detracts from the looks of this machine. I would prefer collection but can post at cost. £400
  19. I am in the process of doing a refurbish on a Pro brass and copper model. On arrival it was grimy to say the least. The copper boiler had numerous dark spots which appeared proud of the surface and I assume that they were spots from gushes and squirts from a naked PF. As the whole machine was grimy I started of with a squirt and wipe of Mr. Muscle. This removed the grime but made the spots more obvious. It was already obvious that some serious cleaning and polishing would be necessary anyway, so I got progressively more aggressive. The result was the lacquer coat being worn away and the spots staying! It would seem that with the passage of time, the coffee spots had combined chemically with the lacquer coating In the end I stopped faffing and following consultations [email protected] the machine was totally dismantled down to the last washer and taken to a factory that did stripping/dipping/polishing. So the warning is, wipe these brass/copper combos clean after every use. Next up is the lever. That had a patch of wear ahead of the bakelite handle. It was the upper surface only, as if a user had not been using the handle and using the rod instead. The wear made me think it was lacquer covered brass. However, the nice man at the polishing factory ran it on the polishing mops and it seemed as if was a translucent brass coloured lacquer. What was eventually revealed was that it was either a metal plate or lacquer over chromed steel. The nice man pointed out that the chrome was so highly polished, that 'keying' whatever it was, was nigh on impossible and it was no wonder it had worn. So much for a brass and copper La Pav???? I searched the www and the only place I found them was The Espresso Shop. They describe the product as brass, but it was 'out of stock'. Back to jimbojohn55. He turned one up in Italy. this was described (after auto translate) as golden. It was also more than twice the price of the standard chrome. But heho, I wanted this machine to be as near as new as possible and parted with 43euros plus post...... ouch It duly arrived. It looks very brass like, highly polished. Happy. Until I touched it with a magnet. Yes it was steel plated or otherwise coated. So the warning is, if you have a usable lever it may be cheaper to look into having it plated or lacquering/etc yourself. In the course of my searching this product looked promising: http://customcreationpaints.co.uk/liquid-metal-paint/Liquid-Metal-Rustique/Brass-monkeys-spray-can-paint And this video: ( I will leave the smutty comments about polishing brass monkeys to others!)
  20. Came across this on a great french site, this should really be on a reddit thread 'an attempt was made' Pavoni decided to enter a different segment of the market with a boxy looking bar machine, with minimal effort they put a pro into a box (possibly the boiler is a bit bigger than usual but not much), I can only imagine the complaints they got the first time people took the lid off the full thread is here http://machines.cafeslevier.free.fr/eurobar.html
  21. Hi all. Having been given a La Pavoni Europiccola I was told to check out this forum as a good place to get advice and tips on how to get the best out of what is proving to be a lovely little coffee machine.
  22. Hey everyone! A friend of mine just got a new La Pavoni Europiccola. Tried using the machine and it looks like this! Anybody have any idea whats wrong and how to fix this? Video 1: - Is this the pressure valve not being tightened properly as I have been reading around? Video 2: - Is this water flow too fast? Or is this normal without a portafilter? Thanks in advance! Ryan
  23. Folks - been using the EP for about 6 weeks now and I'm still having some difficulty getting the shot volume consistent, I think it's because I'm not venting the air out of the group head (if that's what it's called in a lever machine). Today I poured a shot with 14g in the basket - that only arrived at about 21g of coffee in the cup. The first part of the pour was very soft and it felt like I was compressing air with the piston rather than pushing liquid through the coffee. It was fine by the way, but a few days before I got easily over 30g. The boiler is running at 0.75 PSI so that's not a problem. I'm guessing that it's something to do with when I tighten the basket up - and that flushing out any air. My process is: Lift the lever up till water is coming out Lower it till the water just stops Attach the portafilter Partially lift the lever and tighten the PF at the same time Fully lift the lever for preinfusion Wait 10 seconds Pull shot I'm assuming that there's a sort of trick with step 4 where you're able to use the flow of water to purge the air out of the head without it escaping round the sides of the PF, but I can't quite get it. Am I missing something? This does seem to me quite important - the air cushion above the water you're pushing through must have an effect on shot consistency and the like.
  24. I have been using my >2015 Gaggia Classic twice daily for well over a year now with inconsistent results, mainly due to the OEM steam wand (I don't want to modify the wand) & due to changing coffee type every 1kg bag through the MK2 Eureka Mignon..... So with that I have been thinking of buying a new La Pavoni Europiccola Lever Espresso Machine in lieu of the Gaggia. Would this be a wise move for someone who drinks 90% milk based drinks?
  25. Hi I bought a used La Pavoni (old 2 switch model) a few months ago but am struggling. Some espressos/ristrettos come out beautifully but others are not good. And I just can't make microfoam for lattes. I've read hundreds of articles here and watched lots of YouTube videos but I'm still struggling. Is there anyone in this group who lives near me (I'm in Bromley, SE London/NW Kent) who'd be happy to spend half an hour showing me how to do it? - I'm retired so could visit anytime with my machine. Thanks, Andy.
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