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RevBongo
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Posted Wed Jul 2, 2003, 8:46am
Subject: Please help......the Europa  Aurora
 

Hi All :), ok so my boss just got this old Europa and it sat for 5 YEARS!!! :\ and it came with nothing so Ive been searching the web for any info on it and found .... nothing. but I found this place :) so if any one knows were I can go to find all tht I could need to fix,clean please help thank you all :)

Bongo
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Posted Wed Jul 2, 2003, 10:30am
Subject: Re: Please help......the Europa  Aurora
 

I did a little research and found a "Europa" model espresso machine manufactured/distributed by a U.K. company called, Morphy Richards. This is a shot in the dark, but does this picture resemble the machine that you have in your possession?

http://www.morphyrichards.co.uk

Click "Products-Range Overview-Coffee Makers-Europa Espresso

There is a "more product info" .pdf file that you can download which will explain how to use and clean this machine.

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Posted Wed Jul 2, 2003, 1:13pm
Subject: Re: Please help......the Europa  Aurora
 

If I have any memory at all (not quite sure about that :-) ) then Aurora is now a days a brand under Brugnetti and I remember seeing the Europa as a commercial lever model at least in a 2 group version.

I'm not sure if it also exsted in a manual version.

Do you have any way to post a picture? It would help a lot

Poul
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RevBongo
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Posted Mon Jul 7, 2003, 7:43am
Subject: Re: Please help......the Europa  Aurora
 

http://www.europa-co.com/

this is the one we got but I have found some info on it
I'm just begining to relize what a coffee n00b I am :) Thank you very much for your help.

Bongo
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Claybirdie
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Posted Wed Oct 3, 2012, 8:30pm
Subject: Re: Please help......the Europa  Aurora
 

I'm sure you've found the answer by now...but try Europa Coffee Co in Orange County. They are the importer I believe.
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