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bure82
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Posted Fri May 3, 2013, 2:39am
Subject: Crossland CC1 PID issue
 

So I have my cc1 for about 1.5 yrs now and has been great until now.  I usually set my cc1 to turn on on a timer in the morning to warm the machine up.  Recently, the PID is going out of wrack.  I set my temp to 201 but it will continue to heat up until the HH error hit.  Some days it is ok and some day the PID just doesnt control the temp.  Today, the temp just went too high and hit the HH error and i couldnt even use it.  Anyone help me out here?
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CMIN
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Posted Fri May 3, 2013, 4:10am
Subject: Re: Crossland CC1 PID issue
 

Did you ask Bill (Crossland)? HH error is if the machine is overheating, dumb question but you have enough water in the tank? Here's a vid troubleshooting it Click Here (blog.seattlecoffeegear.com) . Can you try using the machine manually without the timer and see if it works fine.
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bure82
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Posted Fri May 3, 2013, 4:49am
Subject: Re: Crossland CC1 PID issue
 

ya i read about the hh error already.  I am hoping for Bill to see my post here too because last time i had a problem he did help me out.  Plenty of water in the tank and boiler.  I am just preheating the machine and what it is happening here is that it doesnt recognize the set temp of 201 and just keep boiling until it gets too hot and HH error comes and stop the machine. I never knew there is a manual method.  I think there's a malfunction with the pid, not sure if i can reset it to factory and fix the problem or not
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CMIN
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Espresso: Crossland CC1
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Posted Fri May 3, 2013, 4:51am
Subject: Re: Crossland CC1 PID issue
 

bure82 Said:

ya i read about the hh error already.  I am hoping for Bill to see my post here too because last time i had a problem he did help me out.  Plenty of water in the tank and boiler.  I am just preheating the machine and what it is happening here is that it doesnt recognize the set temp of 201 and just keep boiling until it gets too hot and HH error comes and stop the machine. I never knew there is a manual method.  I think there's a malfunction with the pid, not sure if i can reset it to factory and fix the problem or not

Posted May 3, 2013 link

I meant manual as in just turning on the machine yourself and not the timer. You can email/call Crossland vs waiting to see if Bill see's this. http://www.crosslandcoffee.com/
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billc
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Espresso: CC1 - GS - GS3 - GB5
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Posted Fri May 3, 2013, 5:45am
Subject: Re: Crossland CC1 PID issue
 

I am away this weekend but please PM me and lets get this sorted.

Bill
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bure82
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Posted Fri May 3, 2013, 3:59pm
Subject: Re: Crossland CC1 PID issue
 

thanks bill.  i turned on the machine for an hr just now and no issue.  This seems to only happen from time to time.  I will let you know next time I have the same issue again

Thanks
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