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  1. Good morning all. First post from me, so firstly, wanted to say hello. I have an Oracle and noticed hissing once the machine was warmed up, and condensation around the back of the unit. Opened it up, and sure enough two of my ports on the roof of the steam boiler are passing - one being the tube to the steam wand, and the other a temperature probe. Long and short of it, I need (orange/red) o-rings - but they seem to be impossible to source in the UK. Sage refer me to their service centre 'Coffee Classics', and Coffee Classics (who I have used before for an electrical fault) won't sell the o-rings on and need me to send the machine in to them for repair - something I am not hugely adverse to doing, however it seems crazy to ship the machine for such a simple repair. The machine was with them 5-months ago for a separate issue, and whilst it was with them I paid for all of the o-rings to be replaced as a preventative measure. Understandably, I am not hugely enamoured that two of them have failed so soon and would perhaps prefer to repair myself if at all possible. Does anyone have any advice on where to source genuine or functional o-rings for these Sage machines? Thank you in advance for any help you can provide. James
  2. This is a thread for tips and tricks for new owners of the Sage DB (of which there are a few, thanks for Amazon, JL and Lakeland's erratic pricing recently ) I am using the single-wall dual shot basket with Rave Signature. I've upped the temperature by a couple of degrees as I find that Rave Signature often comes out sour at lower temperatures. I need to fiddle with the grind some more too but I'm pretty close. I'd be interested in recommendations for beans that really shine on this machine? Milk is steaming really well. Very impressed by that. How is everyone else getting on?
  3. At this price I'd say it'd be tough to find a better dual boiler. By latest iteration I purely mean colours. There were cheap black sesame ones kicking about as they've discontinued that colour and replaced it with this. https://www.ecookshop.co.uk/ecookshop/product.asp?pid=SES920BTR
  4. Hello I would like to buy a new Set of baskets for the Sage Oracle (Touch). So that it will dose different amounts of Coffee in those filters. Has anyone tried some filters? I would like to try those: https://decentespresso.com/basket Maybe someone has experiences with different baskets. Thanks Udo
  5. I have read back in the archives but cannot find a definite answer to this... Does a standard E61 Portafilter fit the Sage DB? I fancy a nice wooden-handled PF so unless I can unscrew the bakelite handle from the stock PF and replace it I will have to get an E61 replacement. Anyone tried fitting a non-Sage PF to the DB? Cheers
  6. Does anyone know the length of the screw that goes through the centre of the shower screen in to the group head on a Sage Dual boiler? Mine has sheared off in the GH and I’m just out of warranty, so looking to drill it out of the group head and replace with my own rather than go through what could be a stressful process with Sage. Thanks.
  7. Hi all, Just registered my machine on the sage website and after they sent me the following; Dear Barney Stinson, Good for you on choosing the new Sage The Barista Express (With Temp Control Milk Jug)! I hope you’ve been showing off your barista skills! Limescale is a common issue in the UK for most appliances but don’t be concerned, the water filter in your machine’s water tank will keep scale out so you can continue making great quality coffee at home! Like any high quality investment, it requires maintenance so we will be sending you a water filter every 3 months for a year’s worth of protection so you don’t forget. Simple! Contact Us If you have any questions about the delivery or need some help once it arrives, our product specialists are here to help. You can give us a call at 0808 178 1650 (Mon - Fri, 9am - 4:30pm) So looks like maybe 3 free possible filters? To be honest I live in the Highland's were our water reservoir is basically a big loch. The tap water here is better than most bottled water and I have never had limescale affect a kettle or previous coffee machine. I just thought I'd mention it for those that do get affected as it might save a few pennies for that next bag of single origin. Will update if this actually arrives in 3 months time.
  8. I've been getting signs of this so thought take it apart and have a look. It's pretty easy to do. It would be a good idea to have a magnetic PH2 screwdriver around. I also replaced the cable clip on the exhaust outlet - big pipe on the top - with an 8mm fuel line pipe clip. Nothing fancy just the single wire type. Unplug - important as it has a clock in it the solenoids are live even when the machine is off. Always worth checking on anything that doesn't have an on off switch. Cut the clip off and ease the exhaust pipe away from the fitting Look carefully at the earth lead spade connector. The is a little bit that "sticks out" of the receptacle just past the end of the blade on the solenoid. That needs to be pressed down to take the connector off. It's more like a short bump. The mains connectors are insulate but if gripped with electrical pliers over these bumps they can be eased off. No chance without. Slacken the nut on top of the solenoid off a little if needed to ease screw driver access to the fixing screws and remove them. Remove it. I marked the base with a marker pen on the side adjacent to the markings on the solenoid coil - just in case but other things mean it can only go on one way. Look under the base. There are 2 plastic discs with low diameter tubes in them. Remove them. I used tweezers on the tubes. Might not be a good idea to press them too far in playing about but the can be levered out with a pin etc if not enough to grasp. Remove the nut on top of the solenoid completely. When this is replaced don't do it up too tight. There is a washer under the coil and the nut has a flange which fits into the coil. Lift off the coil. I then held the square base in a small vice. Other things could be used. Then undo the nut directly over the base. There is a plastic ring between the valve stem and the base. This needs to be done up firmly when it's refitted. Lift off the valve stem. A plunger and spring will be left in the base. Have a good look around for grot etc, I may have found a tiny trace at the ends of the solenoid plunger. So little hard to be sure. That's about it other than getting it all back together so reassemble the lot. Take the plastic discs and tubes. Put the tubes in place and press them in to their flanged ends. Then put these back into the machine - tubes go into the tiny holes. Then put the valve back in place feeling the discs into the 2 depressions. Then refit the screws and exhaust pipe. Tighten the screws cylinder head style diagonally a bit on each side until they are firmly down. I think mine was rather loose as it tilted as soon as I undid 2 of the screws. There was also a bit of discolouration around one of the holes in the casting in the machine. Could be that they shouldn't be clamped firmly down on the base but that would need checking with feeler gauges - dubious, @DavecUK may tell you this is an odd way of sealing them. Usually there would be O rings in the depression in the base. I suspect that the tubes are for metering and lo the 3 way exhaust action seems to be better now but just based on one shot. This may be down to pressing the tubes in until the flange on them was against the plastic discs. No buzz now. There is during infusion, probably down to the pump. The other reason could be the coil. It is probably possible to buy those separately without too much of a problem. All of the bits in solenoids are available for some makes. John -
  9. Sage Bambino Plus Single cup single wall basket Eureka Mignon 10g Orphea Maromas coffee
  10. Hi all, I just bought a Sage Grinder Pro thanks to these forums as I was struggling to get anywhere with pre-ground beans on my Gaggia Classic (2006). I am however really struggling to pull a decent espresso shot, I think because of grind size. Ive descaled/cleaned the Gaggia thoroughly, replaced the group head gasket, turned OPV down to 9 bar, and yet I still can’t pull a decent shot. I have a pretty decent scale to weigh grinds in/espresso out, a calibrated tamp so I know I am using 30lbs to tamp every time, and a 14g standard double basket. The beans I was using today were roasted yesterday. I know this will impact flavor, however would using beans roasted recently impact grind/extraction time? I’m really just trying to dial in to the right grind size. These are my notes during grinding, using a Sage Smart Grinder Pro which is new to me and only a few months old. Grind size - grams of coffee in portafilter - espresso output in seconds Size 13 - 17.7 g - 49g in 20s Size 8 - 17g - 39g in 17s Size 5 - 17.3g - 37.7g in 18s Size 1 - 17g - 35g in 20s I then re-calibrated the burr to grind more fine by moving down by 1 Size 5 - 17.4g - 36g in 18s Size 1 - 17.7g - 29g in 22s I’ve seen videos where Breville tell you that you really shouldn’t need to change the calibration on the grinder right out of the box. I am wondering whether anything else can account for the too fast pulls? I still have yet to choke the machine in the slightest. The grinder also make a bit of a clunking sound & the hopper shakes a bit when grinding. I’m not sure if something about the machine is defective or whether I do need to keep adjusting the burrs. I don’t want to push it too hard as I’m unfamiliar with the machine. Here’s a pic of the last shot, I think I stopped it shorter than the others because I could see it was already blonding fairly early on but I wanted something to drink after all my troubles! Thanks for your help!
  11. Hello Baristas, please help me. I got my new Sage/Breville Barista Express coffee machine and I am not able to make a decent single shot. It seems that the settings that I use are not good, but whatever I change, it doesn't have impact on the extraction, which is always really is fast. The single shot double wall filter is used in the portafilter. /By the way a black plastic thing is inside the portafilter, I am not sure if it should stay or not./ I use 8 gramm of grind coffee and I use fresh beans. Even I change the grind size from minimum to the maximum the extraction is very fast (far less than 10s). The pressure builds up in a strange way and the end it's too high. And the coffee tastes bad in the end... I posted my coffee making process here: Can you advise me what to do, please? What should I do different? Thank you!!! Attila #s3gt_translate_tooltip_mini { display: none !important; }
  12. Hi all I’m new to the forum so I hope I have posted this to the correct section. I own a sage barista express, and have been looking at getting a 54mm portafilter machined out to a bottomless one as I cannot seem to find a uk supplier for a bottomless type. I have order a new portafilter direct from sage and have dropped it off to a local machinist who I used to work with and he is machining this one out for free as a tester, is there any more interest in these? I will upload pictures once I get it back. If there is any interest please let me know so I can try and get a cheaper price for the portafilter from sage for buying multiples and get a price for machining them and costs for postage. thanks Jed
  13. OK, up for grabs is the popular Sage Barista Express. I bought this for my other half, but after the 'Rave Lever Day' she's now pinched my La Pavoni.. I'm not going to use it myself, but found it that good for what it is I bought 2 (the other was a present for my sister's 50th). I did actually use it for a while when I bought it, and found it quicker to use than my setup on a morning (before buying a timer plug to turn my machine on). Last owner was @HowardSmith who customised it for stepless grinding (although you need to wedge a penny in, in case it moves) This one actually grinds better, and produces fluffier grinds in the basket than the other one I bought. I've only used it off filtered water from my Bestmax (I fill bottles and take them to gf's house). I've just gone through a 'Clean Me' cycle. I'll provide some cleaning powder (you don't need a lot) that'll last you for a while. It comes with all the items shown in the second pic (there is a double basket in the portafilter and the only pressurised one is a double) Have a good look at the pics for marks, scratches etc. which are common on used machines, especially on the drip tray. Asking price: £250.00 (usual price 2nd hand with good history) Now dropping to £200.00 if sold and collected before the end of Wednesday 28th August.. After that the price goes back up This is collection only. For the price, I can't believe you can get a better machine that has pre-infusion and a full manual mode (hold button in for pre-infusion, release for full pressure extraction then tap again to end) Also it's volumetric and can be programmed for single and double extractions. It's really just 'Plug & Play' when set up. I'm not going to post, so don't ask. Been burnt a few times and it isn't happening again (plus I don't have a box/packing.) Also I'm in no rush to sell it, but it's cluttering my kitchen up and I'd rather it go than lose it in my garage.
  14. Due to a recent upgrade for a Rocket R58 I am now selling my 1y old Sage Duo Temp Pro. It was bought at Lakeland so I believe there is ~2y of warranty remaining. As you can see from the pictures it is in great conditions except for the usual light marks on the dip tray and in front of the machine. I took all pictures with the DTP below 3 LED spots to highlight these but in real conditions they are not that obvious at all. I just could not show them otherwise. This DTP has been used for 2 cups/day and was only filled with Ashbeck water. I descaled it a few times but never saw anything coming out of it so I'm quite confident to say it is in great condition. It comes with everything you can see on the picture which came with the DTP (Tamper, PF, cleaning tools, 4 baskets, razer dose trimming tool, etc.) as well as a naked PF with a wooden handle. I am asking £160 for it, I live in London and would prefer collection in person
  15. I have a Sage Dual Boiler BES920UK and it needs descaling. I have run through the process up to opening the 2 valves at the front to let the water drain from the boilers. But when I tighten those screws back up again and press Manual, I get the valv error message. I can't seem to get past this. When starting this descaling process, the machine was cold, if that makes any difference. Any ideas? Thanks, Jon
  16. I've just bought and fitted the IMS CI200NT nanotech screen. The diameter is spot on. The only difference is that the countersinking isn't quite so deep so the screw is a little proud. The screen itself sits flat so should give slightly more headroom. I may see if I can find a lower profile machine screw to fit but it should be fine as it is.
  17. Anyone have any recommendations of a good set of budget scales to use with the dtp? I'm looking for ones that will fit underneath the PF so I can weigh as it pours. These ones seem like they might fit the bill: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01DGLFVS0/ref=psdc_3538314031_t2_B074TB9L2D would be nice to have a set with a built in timer too, like these: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B074TB9L2D/ref=psdc_3538314031_t2_B0759J83GT but they seem quite big, and I'd take them fitting under the PF over the timer feature.
  18. Hi Guys & Gals, Can anyone offer me any advice, I recently purchased the Sage Barista Express and I am able to make very good espresso with it at the right pressure and grind etc however, the steam wand seems to have no pressure. I have read through the entire manual and watched a bunch of videos and cant find many people having this issue. It is not even getting enough pressure to even move the milk let alone spin it. even using it for 3 mins or so the milk comes out barely frothy of the top and only lukewarm. If anyone has had this problem / knows how I can resolve it I would really appreciate it! Thanks in advance
  19. Hi all, Just bought the Sage DTP last night and got it set up. Just thinking down the line and wondering what advice people have on cleaning products and filters? I don't think mine came with a descaler, although apparently they usually do so might double check the box when I get home. Do people recommend using the sage descaler only, or are there cheaper/better alternatives? I've heard a lot of people mention Puly, and I know some people just use citric acid? second thing I'm wondering about is the water filter - it recommends changing every 3 months. the filter type on the machine we got is this Claris type: https://www.sageappliances.com/uk/en/parts-accessories/accessories/ses008wht0neu1.html £13.95! seems expensive for a 3 month replacement cycle - does anyone know if you can get away with less frequent changes? We are going to use bottled water only (ashbeck from Tesco being the general recommendation). I've looked around online and that seems to be the cheapest you can get these for. similar questions about the brands/frequency of the cleaning tablets (got two with the machine). Lastly - just wondering if it's normal for the portafilter to be a pretty tight fit at first and just needs loosening up? Finding I really have to give it a push to get it in place, and is very tight. although once there seems to work fine. Waiting on delivery of a eureka mignon specialita tomorrow now, and then going to have a proper play at the weekend!
  20. Thought I'd let people know. https://www.ecookshop.co.uk/ecookshop/product.asp?pid=BES920BSUK
  21. The manual with the Barista express says a double expresso should have 14g of coffee and will produce 60ml in 20 to 25 seconds. Surely that will be a very weak expresso? What is that, just over 1:4, isn't expresso around 1:2 plus or minus? I use a 17g dose for a single shot getting about 36ml of coffee (I re-programmed it). I don't use the double shot since I can't fit anywhere near 30g of coffee in the double basket if I want the same 1:2 ratio given the approx 60ml yield. I'm new to this so am I missing something? Thanks
  22. Hi, Have been looking at buying an espresso machine and looking for some advice on the best entry level option. Our budget is around £500-£800. Currently we don’t own a machine at all, just use a bialetti moka pot, a milk frothing jug and a we have this Cuisinart grinder: https://www.johnlewis.com/cuisinart-dbm8u-auto-burr-coffee-grinder/p230858168?sku=230858168&s_kwcid=2dx92700044582398773&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIq72R75Dm4gIVmK3tCh28QgyxEAQYASABEgL2hvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Initially we were looking at something like the sage barista express: https://www.johnlewis.com/sage-barista-express-bean-to-cup-coffee-machine-with-milk-jug-stainless-steel/p3495241 but we’ve found quite a few bad reviews of these on amazon and are worried that they may be a pricey ‘style over substance’ option? As well as this the general consensus is that an integrated grinder is a bad idea (if it breaks it can’t be repaired and they don’t tend to be as good as a separate). Or is it the case that this might be fine for our needs and the online reviews/opinions can be taken with a pinch of salt? We aren’t really connoisseurs. One concern we have is the heat-up time on whatever we decide to go for. On weekends especially we tend to drink coffee throughout the day, so waiting 30 mins for a machine to heat up isn’t ideal… Having trawled through some forums the gaggia classic and rancilio silvia seem to be the most mentioned entry level machines for best ‘coffee shop’ results. We’ve been looking around though and have seen a few others that catch our eye (a lot of this is mainly down to aesthetics, as my girlfriend wants one that looks nice on the bench too): https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/brands/ascaso-versatile-dream-pid-polished-wood-5.html https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/brands/ascaso-versatile-dream-pid-polished-wood.html https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/refurbished-traditional-espresso-coffee-machine-lelit-anna-pl41tem/ https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/traditional-coffee-machine-lelit-grace-pl81t/ https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/coffee-machine-lelit-victoria-pl91t/ Does anyone have any experience with the ones above and how they compare with the gaggia classic or rancilio silvia? The ascaso ones in particular look very nice. Finally (and I think I already know what the response will be here) – should we think about getting a new grinder too? And any recommendations on those? Thanks in advance!
  23. I bought my machine a couple of months ago and love it. But the time has come to clean it. I've seen a couple of vids online, so the process itself looks simple enough, but do people recommend only using the Sage tablets? They seem very expensive for the amount you get, and I've seen links to cheaper ones, but if they are worth the extra then I'll pay it if it helps keep the machine working properly. The other problem I have is sourcing the cleaning disc, Sage UK don't have any in stock, and the Breville ones seem massively expensive - especially when postage is added. I don't ever remember seeing one in the boxes, but it's possible I thought it was protective packaging and binned it. It would have been provided, right? Any help on sourcing a disc advice or links about cleaning tablets would be much appreciated. Thanks.
  24. I have the chap coming out to set up my Dual Boiler today. I’m pretty sure I read that the service boiler pressure can be increased slightly so I am guessing I should ask him to do this. Is there anything else I should ask him to do? Thanks
  25. I have had my dual boiler for about 4 years now. About 6 months ago, it started to trip the electrics on the house and it was out of Warranty. Nightmare scenario. So I called Sage and they said only Coffee Classic were licensed to fix these machines in the UK. So I dropped it off with them and asked to fix all they could to avoid a resend of the machine in the future. They fixed the machine and sent it back for the a cost of about about £80. So about 6 months pass and I started to hear a hissing in the machine, top got very hot and then it trips the mains again. I thought this surely would be coverd by Coffee Classics. So I called them and they said there were 100's of seals in the machine, they do not change them all and went on about descaling often. Send it in and we can take a look for a charge! I was astonished, what did I pay them to do last time and to be without my machine for a month again. Too much pain I thought. I will take a look I thought. So thanks to them, one of the screws on the front was a bit stripped, so I had to buy a few Phjillips screw drivers to fit properly but I got there in the end. I discoverd the first leak pretty fast and luckily I had bought the right size O rings from my first escapade on this. So this gent, Joe has done a great intro videos into this issue: and he has a few others. I don't want to recreate the wheel, so he has most of it coverd.: So what did I need: 1x fine tooth pliers 1x tweeezers 1 x long bladed Phlillips Head 0 or 1 for the 2 fonts screws 1x Torx 1.5x40 for the back plate O-rings - The Orange ones seem to BS007 sillicone, food grade high pressure. I got some on eBay. See the picture for more information. So I opened my Sage up and the leask was first was from the steam boiler to steam wand on the boiler side. I changed it for one of my new seals, it did not have a washer. I presume Coffee classic probably lost the washer last time the changed it... I had to compress the hosse in with a small flat head screw driver to get the clip back in. I turned the machine on, anxiously hoping it was all fixed. It was but then I saw the white high pressure hose leaking with the cover, so I waited for the machine to cool, pulled the clip out and removed the hose carefully. There were 2 O rings on that one and a metal seal. I replace them with 1 on the new one and put the metal seal back on. Did the same then the next one was hissing a bit so I changed that as well. I have checked and it is all good now. I wanted to share this in case you are having the same issue. Parts: https://www.ereplacementparts.com/breville-bes900xl-the-dual-boiler-parts-c-116052_116055_187843.html
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