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Posted Wed Jul 10, 2013, 2:09pm
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I recently acquired a Mokita Combi (similar to the Lelit PL042 Combi) and it needs a replacement water tube that connects from the water pump to the boiler along with the connectors to firmly attach the tube on each end.  I got the machine knowing that it needed this repair and I am hoping someone can help me identify what parts I will need to buy.  I took a picture of the valve, that's attached to the boiler, where one end of the water tube needs to be connected.  I am unsure as to what size and type of connecting nut I will need to get that will securely attach the silicon water tube to the valves.  The valve, on the water pump, looks exactly the same as the one on the boiler.  Thanks in advance!

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Posted Wed Jul 10, 2013, 2:11pm
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Here's another pic of the valve:

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Posted Wed Jul 10, 2013, 3:32pm
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Mokita Combi pump to boiler hose connections are compression fittings that look like this. The fitting you have looks a lot like the one used in pre-08 Silvias.


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Posted Wed Jul 10, 2013, 4:28pm
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Thanks Alan!  Maybe mine isn't a Mokita after all.  There  are no badges anywhere on the machine but the manual has the words "modello Napoletana" on the bottom of each page.  I thought the Napoletana was made by La Pavoni but there is no mention of La Pavoni anywhere in the manual.  I wonder what model I have?  

Based on your suggestion, I found this part: http://www.espressoparts.com/S_242

I only need the nut but is this what you think I need to buy?

 
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Posted Wed Jul 10, 2013, 4:47pm
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That's the one. The hose itself should be 6 x 4mm Teflon. You put the nut on the hose, push the hose onto the barb then tighten the nut. The end of the hose will "flare".

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Posted Wed Jul 10, 2013, 5:02pm
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Thanks so much Alan! Also do you know if 57mm Ascaso portafilters will fit the Mokita/Lelit/Napoletana Combi machines or do I have to buy a Lelit portafilter?  Would parts for the Lelit PL041 fit this machine? Specifically I need a new group head gasket, shower screen, etc.  The only place in the USA that sells Lelit is 1st-Line and they have many parts for the PL041.

 
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