BB000 Senior Member Joined: 21 Mar 2009 Posts: 9 Location: New Jersey Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Gaggia Baby Class Grinder: Le'Lit PL53
Posted Thu Aug 9, 2012, 2:43pm Subject: FS: Gaggia Baby Class w/ original acc. & back flushing disk (SOLD)
I am planning on an upgrade, but still deciding whether a Quickmill Silvano is a good fit for me (Thanks for all the good info. in this forum). Anyway it is about time to sell the original machine that got me into espresso, a Gaggia Baby Class. I bought this machine back in March 2009. The only issue with the machine is the brew switch. Normally, one has to depress the brew switch and release it when it is done brewing. But the problem is that the switch doesn't stay down, i.e. one has to hold it till the end of brewing. (I am not quite sure how to repair/fix the switch) Also, the drip tray is repainted last year. Click on the links below for pictures
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