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AndyNZ
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Posted Sat Dec 22, 2007, 2:41am
Subject: Re: Taking apart my Orange Italian Baby Gaggia
 

Hey, I've just acquired one of these machines  (well, it's white) and I've just got stuck into working on the boiler but I'm a little confused by the instructions regarding the removal of the steam valve, can anyone please help clarify the process of removing it?
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Posted Fri Mar 22, 2013, 4:44am
Subject: Re: Taking apart my Orange Italian Baby Gaggia
 

Hi Susan,

Sorry for Hijack... I've been reading through your thread... now you are an expert on baby gaggia... i also have one... in orange... she's a beauty, but I have a problem & you might be able to help!

I think there is possibly a blockage in the pump as it runs but very little water comes out.  Any ideas on:

1) if there is a filter somewhere that might hold any rubbish picked up from the water tank.. and
2) if so where do i go about taking it apart.  I think i need to take out 3 bolts in bottom of water tank to take the cover off is that right?


Thanks

Pete
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