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ebsseattle
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Posted Sat Mar 8, 2014, 8:54am
Subject: Leaking Delonghi ESAM 4000B suggestions?
 

My brother just gave me a 10+ year-old Delonghi ESAM 4000B. It makes decent espresso, the only problem is it leaks water. I opened it up and found that it looks to be the water tank where the water is heated that is leaking. Does anyone know what the repair cost of something like this is? My wife and I aren't huge coffee aficionados, just having decided to try out this espresso machine before buying one (we just upgraded from a Mr. Coffee), so looking to get some use out of this machine for the time being.

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Posted Sat Mar 8, 2014, 4:13pm
Subject: Re: Leaking Delonghi ESAM 4000B suggestions?
 

Go to the DeLonghi website and enter your country, then click the service center locator under customer service. Or email: support@delonghiusa.us
Delonghi does not sell parts or release service information outside its dealer network. You have to call a repair centre for an estimate. But this machine originally sold for around $450 brand new, so....
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Posted Sat Mar 8, 2014, 7:44pm
Subject: Re: Leaking Delonghi ESAM 4000B suggestions?
 

Thanks. I'll email them.
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