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tak_61
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Posted Mon Feb 18, 2013, 1:32pm
Subject: quick mill OMRE 0650: does anybody has a electrical and/or hydraulical diagram?
 

Dear all,
congratulations for your (and mine from today) beautiful discussion forum.
I am currently trying to refurbish an 70's quickmill mod. 0650 espresso machine. I have problems with a leaking valve ( I do not know the exact name) the one which connect the pump to the brewing head and the recirculating vent. This valve is operated mechanically by a lever commanded by the main switch. In more recent model i see that this has been updated with a electromagnetically valve. If i had a wiring and hydraulic diagram my efforts could me more productive... :-) anybody of you (who I see are very very informed and expert) has any to share with me ? By the way, if anybody knows were to find a similar valve would be welcomed. Thanks in advance, Stefano
Verona, Italy
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Posted Tue Feb 19, 2013, 10:17am
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Is this what you are talking about? http://show.picr.de/Bild-2369679.html

I had a later machine which I recently sold. I believe you are referring to the switch that controls the output of the pump.  In the picture it looks like it's a mechanical switch.

Anyway, here is a thread with more information:

Click Here (www.kaffee-netz.de)
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tak_61
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Posted Wed Feb 20, 2013, 9:08am
Subject: Re: quick mill OMRE 0650
 

YES!
It is indeed the same machine as mine. (The color is also the same...) and the valve is the one I was referring to.
Thanks for the link. I will try to googletranslate from german

Stefano, Verona, Italy.
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