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Which parts are you referring to ??

 

I probably should have clarified in my OP -- I'm interested in the thread specification of the steam/hot water knobs and the little plastic bit that screws on the end of the lever. A friend of mine needs lathe projects, so I figured this would be a good opportunity to pimp my machine.

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I think you will find the steam / water knobs are splined on, retained by a circlip at the end. The lever knob is 8 mm .

To remove the chrome shroud in the front of the steam / water knob's you will need a sharp pointed instrument to lever the shroud / disc out (quite tight)

 

If you are thinking of metal knob's, bear in mind these valves carry high temperature steam and water and the lever is connected to the E61 =HOT.

The heat will be transferred to the metal knob's. ??:whistle:;)

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I think you will find the steam / water knobs are splined on, retained by a circlip at the end. The lever knob is 8 mm .

To remove the chrome shroud in the front of the steam / water knob's you will need a sharp pointed instrument to lever the shroud / disc out (quite tight)

 

If you are thinking of metal knob's, bear in mind these valves carry high temperature steam and water and the lever is connected to the E61 =HOT.

The heat will be transferred to the metal knob's. ??:whistle:;)

 

Wood, actually -- although I wonder how those would hold up to the temperature. I suppose I'm, perhaps, inspired by the Lelit Bianca where I think the wood looks fantastic.

 

Thanks @El carajillo!

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