proximityzero Senior Member Joined: 12 Apr 2005 Posts: 184 Location: Dallas/Denton TX Expertise: Pro Barista
Espresso: Wega Mini Nova Grinder: Mazzer Super Jolly Vac Pot: vac pots are for pretentious... Drip: Capresso ST600 Roaster: Behmor 1600, homebuilt fluid...
Posted Sun Aug 17, 2008, 11:31am Subject: Re: Ill-behaved Wega with probable pump failure
I'm a little surprised to find that everything has to be dialed back in, but it is a strange existence without a morning macchiato. Incidentally, I did order the pump from Chris Coffee, based on the information on the site regarding the fittings, but when it arrived, the inlet turned out to be plastic. I'm going to email them tomorrow regarding this issue. Taking the machine apart has produced a small leak that i have not yet tracked down, but I am going to try to locate it and solve the problem.
Below is a photo of the first attempt at latte art in.....jeez it's been a long time....
Hi there - I just wanted to know - what is the type of your machine please? I have one that looks very similar but am not sure what model it is as it says it nowhere on the machine... Mine looks very similar apart from a few minor differences.
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