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  1. Any idea what material that tubing is made from? I'm fixing a classic for a friend and his doesn't have the rubber tubing over the thermal fuse. Just need to know what material to get at the hardware store? Thanks in advance, Andrew
  2. My two and a half year old machine has started cutting out about fifteen minutes after being switched on. It also seems to be a bit hotter than usual when this happens. Any ideas on what the faulty component could be would be appreciated. Many thanks.
  3. Bought this new Baby Twin in December and I guess it has been used about twenty times satisfactorily. This morning it made the morning lattes and was left switched on ready for the lunch cappuchino. My wife told me it was making a funny noise, when I got there all lights were off. The machine was hot and when I opened the steam valve it blew the nozzle off and was obviously under high pressure. It is now dead as a dodo. There is half a tank of water in it. I suspect it has overheated, maybe ther is a reset switch somewhere but I am left wondering what has happened. Can anyone advise please?
  4. I have a Gaggia Classic pre 2010 with an Auber PID installed. The following was happening before the thermal fuse blew: I have set my PID temperature to 100C, however the temp on the PID display would get stuck at for example 95C. When I then switch on the front button of the machine, let some water come through and switch it back OFF, the temperature on the PID would be much higher than 100C. After I turned the front switch OFF again, the temperature would drop back to the pre set 100C. it went like this for a few times, until it hit 200C on the PID which likely blew the thermal fus
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