Aguapanela Senior Member Joined: 11 Nov 2013 Posts: 3 Location: Ny Expertise: Just starting
Posted Mon Nov 11, 2013, 11:40am Subject: Gaggia coffee original. How to clean?
Hi, I just acquired a Gaggia coffee machine. Apparently this is the original coffee that has the three valve. I'm trying to take off the shower head and the thing behind it in order to properly clean it. But as you see in the pics once you remove the shower head there aren't the two bolts to remove the thing behind the shower head as in the newer gaggia coffee.
Any ideas or suggestions on how to clean? I'm planning to backflush & Descale. But I was hoping to clean that backpiece first
SJM Senior Member Joined: 17 Nov 2004 Posts: 1,707 Location: CA Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: SAMA, Gaggia Classic Grinder: K-10PB, Rancilio MD-50 Vac Pot: no like Drip: no like Roaster: HotTop
Posted Mon Nov 11, 2013, 1:40pm Subject: Re: Gaggia coffee original. How to clean?
Nope, but someone asked for that at the Gaggia Group link I posted, and if you go there and follow it and/or ask your own questions, I'm sure you will get the answers you need. I haven't had an OWC for years and years, so I would really just be guessing if I tried to talk you through it.
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