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billymort
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Joined: 4 Jun 2006
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Location: Selma, OR
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Espresso: La Pavoni
Posted Thu Jul 20, 2006, 10:35am
Subject: Information on old La Pavino P3V2
 

I got a bargain on an old manual La Pavino P3v2.   The machine works OK but it would help a lot if I could find a manual.  At the very least I need to remove and clean the dispersion screen and other parts.

I would greatly appreciate any available help.
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DutchSubmariner
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DutchSubmariner
Joined: 28 Dec 2006
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Location: Netherlands (Europe)
Expertise: I love coffee

Espresso: Rancilio Silvia / LaPavoni...
Grinder: Pavoni Zip Automatico
Posted Sat Dec 30, 2006, 1:04pm
Subject: Re: Information on old La Pavino P3V2
 

Hello!

How is your Pavoni? Hope she is still running fine. Now I got a bargain on a P3V2 as well, exept mine is an automatic (picked her up this week). I'm very much interested in a manual as well and wondered if you were succesful and managed to obtain one. If so I would really appreciate a copy through email. Thanks and happy new year,

Jeroen
The Netherlands
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billymort
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Location: Selma, OR
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Espresso: La Pavoni
Posted Sat Dec 30, 2006, 5:16pm
Subject: Re: Information on old La Pavino P3V2
 

Sorry -- no luck on getting a manual or maintenance help I requested.  Good luck

Billymort
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tonka214
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Joined: 28 Jan 2014
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Grinder: Bregant nr 1400
Posted Tue Jan 28, 2014, 10:33pm
Subject: Re: Information on old La Pavino P3V2
 

Long time lurker here and 1st post. I wanted to resurrect this thread since I just bought a La Pavoni p3v2. Picked it up at a restaurant supply store for $100...  They didn't know anything about it, no portafilters but really clean. I dropped it off at the repair shop to get a once over. But I'll probably be doing the work myself. All of them threads I have seen so far document the beginning of a repair job but don't go in to detail about how the machine works. Can anyone familiar with the machine post their experience with it?  Any info at all would be helpful. Thanks again.
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