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fm900
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Posted Fri Jun 7, 2013, 9:51pm
Subject: La Pavoni "CELLINI" HOME ESPRESSO MACHINE  ?? help
 

Hello all, new to the site, but NOT to expresso coffee! I just purchased a used, in great shape La Pavoni "CELLINI" HOME ESPRESSO MACHINE, and would appreciate help as to what switches do what, basically the middle and the bottom one. The little sign, stickers fell off, so I don't know exactly what, or how to pour a double shot. THANKS for your time, is there a manual I can get somewhere off the net, or those little sticker signs somewhere, best place to get parts?  thanks!   Frank in VA.

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Posted Sat Jun 8, 2013, 2:03am
Subject: Re: La Pavoni "CELLINI" HOME ESPRESSO MACHINE  ?? help
 

Welcome to CoffeeGeek!

The La Pavoni Cellini is a SBDU. The upper switch is the main power switch that turns on the machine. The middle switch brings the boiler up to steaming temperature, before you can activate the steam wand in order to froth milk. The lower switch turns on the pump for brewing espresso.

You can get the manual on the manufacturer's homepage: click here.

 
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Posted Sat Jun 8, 2013, 5:46am
Subject: Re: La Pavoni "CELLINI" HOME ESPRESSO MACHINE  ?? help
 

Funky.  Looks like R2D2, and it makes espresso... nice.
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Posted Sat Jun 8, 2013, 9:33am
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If you find the hidden switch it will project an image of Princess Leah and ask Obi Wan for help.
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