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  1. This the the PID from https://mecoffee.nl - it's an outfit in Groningen, Netherlands. Key features - no display, but an app instead; control of water and steam temp, some control of pressure, pre infusion options and a timer (not shot timer - on-off timer). €119 for the kit + €10 for delivery. I ordered from their site, delivered in less than a week (would have been quicker, but they were waiting for delivery of PCBs. Good communications, a plus point in itself. All settings are controlled by an app (meBarista) over Bluetooth - Android or Chrome - no IOS version yet (IOS Bluetooth limitations, I understand), but they intend to produce for IOS around Feb/March next year. I'm an IOS guy, but I have Chrome on a laptop, and you only use the app for initial setup or tweaking, so no harm to me. Installation was straightforward; the installation manual (online) is very good, and there's a Youtube video to get the sense of it. The kit is well organised. Took me about 45 minutes or so, and I'm not an electrician. Because there's no display, there's no external indicator that the PID kit is installed. There's a base installation for temp control, and all the other elements are optional. Configuration via the app is simple and straightforward - you can set temperature for water and steam, tweak the pressure (only shown as percentage of full pressure, not actual bar/psi figure), set pre-infusion parameters (pre-infusion time and pause period) and set a timer to switch the machine on (I didn't install this, since I have a Wemo switch for that). You can also tweak the PID parameters themselves, if you're inclined. Everything worked first time. You don't use the app in normal operation - only to change parameters Having only installed today, I can't yet confirm how well it all works, but it seems fine so far. I went for this (a) because it's a lot cheaper than the equivalent Auber (the version with all the bells and whistles) and (b) delivery was quicker, it originating in Europe and me being in the UK (which is or is not part of Europe depending own your position in a political debate I don't intend to start here). Hope this is useful for people - ask away Good points: price, flexibility and ease of installation; feature set; controllability via the app Less good: needs Android or Chrome; no display may mean no visible indicator of any issues.
  2. I have decided that Silvia will be my first decent espresso machine at home, and will be paired with a Baratza Vario. Now the next question is, should I go PID or not for this single boiler. I am a 95% espresso drinker, with the occasional macchiato (italian short style!). I live in Mexico, but I can get a brand new Silvia with PID from the states without voiding the warranty, or course for an extra 250 bucks! what do you say?
  3. Hi All, My Silvia V2 for sale, had for about 4 years. Been well looked after descaled/backflushed regularly. It comes with a Bottomless Rancillo PF as well as the normal PF with a single & double basket Looking for £140. Any Question please ask. Collection only. Consider meeting part way, I live in Bedford. Thanks Satpal
  4. I've developed these sensors to augment PIDs that are using K thermocouples. Using the Pt100 gives you greater accuracy and access to 0.1c resolution on most PIDs (certainly on the Rex C100). They are 3 wire devices for improved accuracy and are set inside brass M4 bolts with thermal paste and thermal adhesive. The Auber ones have very delicate wires and delicate / fragile connections - using more robust high temp wire and shrink wrap will hopefully make these easier to work with and less fragile. They're not easy for me to make - and just wanted to do it to see if I could, but am willing to make a few to help fellow owners out. Sold with a small brass M4 washer, bagged and including UK postage for £17 (with payment via PayPal Friends and Family or bank transfer, or any other method that means I don't get hit with charges). (If you're a member on here, and would like International Shipping, then I'm willing to do so at cost - and at your risk - so if it goes missing somewhere in Eastern Europe or Japan or the US, and you've not elected for an insured delivery option then it's your loss, not mine. Contact me via PM if you'd like International Shipping quotes - and let me know whether you want cheap/cheerful or fully insured / tracked / traced, etc.). [uPDATE 17th Dec 2014] I've now gone into "production" on a V2 of these sensors, and not that the build quality on the earlier ones was bad at all - but these are better. I've got 'a few' of them - so stock currently isn't a problem, and I don't see it being a problem in the foreseeable future... so if you want one then please just PM me and I'll send you payment details, etc. These new units are now 750mm leads (which I may well change to 500mm for the next batch - as I think 750mm is still a bit too long... but the Auber ones are only about 450mm which fits/reaches but is slightly too short for my liking. For the record, these sensors are: - Pt100 - Class A - Mounted in an M4 screw thread, ready for simple fitting into the existing thermowell of the Gaggia boiler - Three wire (two red, one white) - 750mm lead wires, bare ends - 7/0.2mm dia silver plated copper wires - Thin PTFE sheathed in orange - OD : 2.13mm +/- 0.15mm - Pretty damn robust... and you certainly don't feel petrified when handling them or screwing them into the boiler.... like you do with some others! Anyway, here's some updated pics of the new ones.... Anyone that has ordered one in the last 5 days will be getting these in the post ASAP I've got a few bagged up and ready to go... with more waiting in the wings: Fitted: *** Update 6th April 2015 **** Just so that everyone knows the situation - I keep these in stock and aim to always have stock of them available, so don't worry about checking with me - I'll continue making them until the demand dries up or I get bored of it (and in either case I'll post on here and update). So - available and will be available until I say otherwise on here, just PM me for payment details. Thanks *** Update 4th July 2015 **** Still plenty of these in stock, but if you're considering PIDing your machine then check out my latest project: custom aluminium enclosures for the PID - with 45mmx45mm cutout, a wire hole in the back (with grommet) and even some great mounting tape to stick it to your machine. Just £20 delivered for forum members - AND NOW *** SPECIAL OFFER *** if you order a Pt100 sensor AND a case, then the case is just £18 - so sensor and case for £35 delivered See here for more: http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?25140-Aluminium-PID-enclosure-all-cutouts-ready-for-a-PID-to-slot-straight-in&p=322748#post322748 Quick photo of the case: ### Update January 2018 ### I’ve managed to maintain the original price of these for the last few years but with my costs increasing I’ve got no choice but to increase the selling price of these from £15 to £17, still inc UK postage so still providing excellent value (IMO)!
  5. Hi all. I joined the forum 18 months ago and remember spending a long time researching the eternal question of "what coffee machine should I buy?" We ended up just fixing the (pretty rubbish) one that we had, but now it has died and it is time to finally get a proper machine. I remembered that I had narrowed down the advice to a Rancilio Silvia and a Eureka Mignon grinder, but today I went to look at Bella Barista and find they are out of stock of the Silvias and couldn't tell me any better than "hopefully in a month we will have more"... They are showing as in stock at coffeeitalia, but they don't carry the Mignon so can;t get a "set" discount, and I seem to remember reading they are not as good as BB anyway. I'm really not sure I have the heart to retstart the whole research process, so I was hoping you all might be able to tell me what I should get. I'm wondering what LELIT are like? BB have a VICTORIA which looks quite interesting. I like the small footprint and the ability to take MUGS: https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/lelit-victoria-91t.html Also there is an ANNA TEM being discounted here. I like the idea of DISCOUNTS. https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/traditionl-espresso-coffee-machine-lelit-anna-tem/ Also willing to consider anything up to near the £650 mark. A desired ability would be a machine that can get up to temperature in 15 minutes or so, and I am hoping to not have to buy another coffee machine until 2040. Or should we just wait a month and get a Silvia? Thanks. Robert
  6. As the title says really. Im doing my research and have read that there are some classics to avoid. I believe the early ones and the latest ones are the ones to go for? ideally I’d like a new or a mint second hand one but I’m a bit confused as looking on a website there are brand new ones being sold but they don’t look like the 2019 model. Looking second hand and some places don’t specify their age so don’t want to accidentally buy an undesirable model... if that makes sense?! could anyone point me in a direction or advise what to go for and what to avoid date wise? ps- a Rancilio Silvia is also on my radar Thanks
  7. Hey, hope you guys can help. My trusty Silvia, 9 years old, has begun to leak. In the linked video you can see the place; I'm not sure what the part is called, but seems to be from a seam in a brass part stemming from the boiler...? The question is if this can be fixed – and if, then how? Might I need some spare parts (which, and from where?) or do I simply have to tighten something? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAWbE1dC6_A Thanks in advance! John
  8. Bargain if you know anyone in chorley https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F123804638602
  9. In the very beggining sorry for the poor english - not my native language. Recently found some described as broken silvia. The seller posted it as a burnt heating element. Wanted to take the risk and treated it as the project hoping it could be fixed. Here are some listing photos: Since its a silvia v2 i was hoping that only safety heat switch (hope its the proper name of it) went off. when the machine arrived I've forgot to take pics of it and only took em during the disasembling process.
  10. Looking for my first set up and the Gaggia Classic and Rancilio Silvia seem to be the two machines that keep coming up as good first machines. But when looking at prices how can Caffe Italia sell the Silvia for £349 when Bella Barista are charging £449 and Amazon £515. I've heard that customer service is not too good with Caffe Italia a few years back, but £100 cheaper and a 2 year warranty is pretty compelling. Where would you buy your Silvia? Richard
  11. Hey, After descaling my Silvia V2, I found that the return line hose spits out a lot of scale. This causes the intake line hose to pump these scale debris and clogs the machine. When I run a descaling solution through the brew head it opens up in a few seconds, but it will clog again after a few days. Any idea of what causing it and how to solve the issue? It already happened to me a year before but I took it to the lab for a clean. I've attached the return line hose to a drinking glass (instead of the water tank) and made an espresso. Here is what came out: Thanks!
  12. I'm new here, thanks for any help. My 10 year old Miss Silvia, boiler replaced twice, buttons replaced 3 times, wand replaced once. Not even sure why it is still alive? But I just did a complete maintenance overhaul again (group head seal, screen etc.), and the very next time I used it the pump made a sound. Well, several sounds actually, kind of like the electricity was cutting out to the machine where the pump would start on/off/on/off, but the power light was not on and off, just the pump. Then, the water stopped coming and now the button depressed only creates a hemorrhaging sound. If the boiler has been heated up to steam and the button is pushed, then steam comes out of the group head with bits of water attached, so I don't think it is a blockage. Does it sound like I need a new pump? What is the part number for this? Considering I'm going to have to pull the machine apart anyway, what other parts should I replace while I'm in there to ensure another 5 years of use? Thank you in advance for any comments here.
  13. Hi everyone! I've been (just) surviving for the last 5 years without an espresso machine on filter coffee. Finally, after dropping hints for about the last year, my wife bought me a Rancilio Silvia for Xmas just gone. The new machine is great although it has been quite a learning curve getting the most out of it. Thanks to these forums I've managed to find the answers to all of the problems I've had. I've also finally taken the plunge and got myself a fairly decent grinder, a Mazzer Super Jolly. I've only just picked it up but the few shots I've just pulled have been excellent, a real step up from my Iberital MC2! Looking forward now to really perfecting my coffee in the coming months!
  14. Can anyone point me to a UK supplier of a OPV (looks like I have a v3 as it's adjustable) OR a refresh kit It would appear the gasket within the OPV is severely degraded, and the hex nut doesn't look great (may be pierced?).
  15. Hi, Can anyone help Please, , My wife & I have just treated ourselves to a Rancilio Silvia V3 & Many sites say you need a good grinder - We have a Krups GVX2. Having just made our first shot it took some time to even start & to get any suitable amount for the end product. Being new not sure if this is the Silvia (hope not) Grinder, Beans or tamping. Would our grinder suite us for now ?
  16. Ok, so here’s the thing... I’ve got a Delonghi ES330 that I’ve had for 10 years that i’m now looking to upgrade to a ‘proper’ machine. I’d been planning on getting a Silvia until I popped into Bella Barista last week and got chatting. I’m now wondering whether it’s worth pushing to boat out to get a Lelit Mara, clearly it’s twice the price plus a bit more, so I need to weigh up whether it’s worth it. Having spent so long with the Delonghi, i’m used to not being able to steam and brew at the same time. The Silvia will clearly be a huge upgrade to what I’ve got, but I can’t stop wondering if it’s worth skipping the Silvia step and moving up further. My question is, other that concurrent steaming/brewing, what benefits will the Mara give? Is the E61 that much better than what’s in the Silvia, and if so, why? i have mainly drunk espressos over the last few years, but in the last couple of weeks have been doing more milk based drinks as I have been researching new machines, to see whether HX or DB would be worth it.
  17. Hi all, I would like to pick your brain as I ran into a dead end here. I have a V3 Silvia (2009) that I pretty much refurbished bit by bit. The problem is that I'm getting water dripping back on the return hose as the machine heats up, steam also escapes there. The first heat cycle is silent, but the second usually comes with the kettling sound. It kind of sounds like a concerto on a Tibetan singing bowl and a kettle full of scale. As all forum threads I've found say it could be simple case of the OPV stuck open or limescale stuck somewhere, but: there is no limescale in the system (took the boiler apart, replaced seal, etc.) and I've first replaced the OPV seat/gasket and now the full OPV since it didn't solve the problem which still persists even with the new OPV. Also the element looks intact. What else can cause these symptoms? The machine is scale free, and the following parts were replaced along the way to refurb/rule out faults: OPV, all thermostats with fresh compound, pump, steam valve + wand I will probably upgrade the Silvia in January, but it would be nice to have it properly functioning for the next owner. Thanks in advance for your help.
  18. After quite a few months of learning to pour a decent shot on my Silvia matched with a Sage grinder pro im having problems with getting a decent decaf shot. I recently bought an 18g VST basket which has massively improved my shots with normal coffee as im able to dose more coffee so my ratios are better. However, when trying decaf i dose 19g and get 38 out in like 10 secs. This is on the finest grind setting too. Wont be using the decaf for that much longer as its only for the wife whilst shes pregnant. Also, if i do want to upgrade the grinder what would you guys recommend? Thanks
  19. Hello, You all should see this: https://mecoffee.nl/blog/the-straw-which-broke-me-and-mecoffees-back/#comment-1426 Take care, Portafiltre
  20. I don´t want hold back my Silvia reconstruction mod. The Rancilio Silvia PID mod adds a lot of new componets and features to the Rancilio Silvia machine, like touch-display and several sensors. The reason was to improve the temperature accuracy and simplify the operation of the Silvia machine. Fact is, that under normal condition the Silvia regulates the temperature relative inaccurate and exactly this temperature inaccurance of the Silvia has an important influence on the flavor of the coffee. Additional to the temperature regulation I have added a pressure, a fluid sensor, a flow sensor and a membrane regulator. Of course shall all set-actual data from the sensors are shown and set on the display. All this together is my MySilvia Rancilio Silvia PID mod. You can read the full project under the following link: https://mille.click/rancilio-silvia-pid-lcd/ or https://mille.click regards Holger
  21. I have received two R-Silvias and started with usual mods with them. One is V2(fixed OPV), another V3(adjustable OPV) This procedure is not something new but would be helpful to have a few more pictures in the forum. Had to go down to 9 bar static to produce a decent shot, obviously these machine work better with lower brew pressure. Silvia V1,V2: You need to buy some cooper washers for a car oil drip pan 16 or 18 mm, play with tightening the nut and combine different washers. After some play I managed to lower pressure to 9 bar static, so old valves are adjustable too, but you need (1-2) extra shims.
  22. Hi, due to a recent purchase of a Rocket R58, my Rancilio Silvia E is available for sale. This is the 2016 model and it was purchased from Bella Barista in May 2016. It's a standard model, I've made no modifications to it. The machine is in excellent working order and in very good cosmetic condition with some marks on the metal top where cups, etc, were stored and on the drip tray, again where cups and portafilters have made contact. I live in a very hard water area but the machine has had a mix of bottled (Tesco Ashbeck) and Brita-filtered water for all its life. It was back-flushed weekly with Cafiza and descaled monthly (at the same point in the month the Brita filter got changed) with Liquid Dezcal. In addition to the machine itself, there are various accessories - mostly the standard ones: a Rancilio two-spout portafilter, a Rancilio naked portafilter, 7g and 14g baskets, and a rubber 'blind' for back-flushing. The machine will come in its original Rancilio packaging. If I arrange the courier, the price to send is £30 (I will refund any difference if the actual courier cost is less). Local pickup is also possible - I'm between Colchester and Ipswich. I'm looking for £325 for the machine and accessories. Thanks for looking.
  23. Hi all, I am wondering if anyone has run into this issue before. I've had my Silvia (w/ Auber) + Rocky since Spring, and I think was getting pretty decent coffee last few months. This Tuesday something odd has happened: the machine choked on the grind settings I've been using, despite the day before producing working well with exactly the same settings (30 seconds, 18.5 g in VST 18g, 32 g out). I have not changed beans, I always weigh in (i.e. portafilter) and out (espresso) plus use a levelling tool. So I am sure I have not changed anything in the process. To get it back to producing decent coffee I had to move 2 steps coarser (from 2 to 4) and even then dose 0.5 g less. Two steps on Rocky is actually quite a lot. The problem is that I am still not happy with the quality (it is drinkable but cannot get it balanced enough), even though I tried playing with dose / grind in the last few days. I am wondering if anyone has some idea what could have happened? Any suggestions really appreciated as, being inexperienced, I do not want to start messing up with everything. At least would be nice to know if it is my grinder or my espresso machine. Some extra info: -- I clean the machine weekly (backflushing). I am in Scotland so the water is pretty soft, so I have not descaled it year. I have not disassembled the grinder to clean yet (was done in April) but I regularly use Grindex (each 3 weeks). I make about 3 espressos a day, on average -- I know that I am not always dialing in grinder properly: I do sometimes dial it in when it is not running (in theory, I think, you are supposed to go to finer grind only when it is running; however, it is next to impossible with Rocky if you only have 2 hands). However, since I weigh and time, I think, it worked ok. -- The grind setting seemed too low in the past, until Tuesday: I rarely used setting coarser than 2-3 (and the real 0 seemed to be at marked 0, judging by the sound; not 100% sure about it) -- Since I mostly used a levelling tool recently I have not touched grind that much, so I cannot be sure if it became finer or not -- Rocky is oldish (2008?) and Silvia V3 is from 2012 but was almost as new when I bought (I changed gaskets though back in May) My theories: -- Something was stuck between the burrs and got out now, so before I was not using setting 2 -- Pressure dropped in the espresso machine
  24. hi, has anyone tried it? would it stick or not so much due to machines heat? got any tip on this? or maybe a viny wrap would be a better choice? BR rmaya
  25. Hi, here is my Rancilio Silvia and Mignon set up for sale.. I have owned all these items just on a year now (new last year.. Silvia from MyEspresso, and grinder from BB.. still 2 years on warranty, transferable..)and wish to sell as I have now got myself a dual boiler... I would like it to go as one sale, to someone who is keen to learn about espresso. Here I have 1x Rancilio Silvia 1x Eureka Mignon 7x Rancilio Capachino cups and saucers 2x Rancilio espresso cups and saucers 1x Rancilio bottomless portafilter(triple basket) 1x pressure gauge... I have in 2 boxes at the moment for delivery 1 about 20kg and 1 at 15kg, Will weigh at the point of sale.. Silvia has been backflushed and descaled regularly, I have loved this setup and cared very much for it.. it has made maybe 2 espressos a day and a latte in the mornings.... 1 kg a month of coffee has passed through it... Please feel free to ask any questions.. Thanks for looking. Now for sale individually here...: http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/export1847/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= To anyone whos interested.. I sold these items on ebay at these prices all as auction, so can use as a guide: Silvia---------------£280 + postage Mignon-------------£196 + postage bottomless p/f----£24 + postage cups/saucers------£9.50 + postage Thanks for looking, Ian
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