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Posted Thu Jul 11, 2013, 5:42pm
Subject: FSOT: Gaggia OWC parts
 

Parted out several of my old Gaggias, keeping some spares for the Classic, but I don't need the OWC (Old White Coffee) parts.

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Boiler & opv serviceable, no wire harness/switches. Pump (ulka) is fine. Chassis is in decent shape.
Also have some siebe and eaton pumps.

Cover shipping and you can have them. I wouldn't mind trading for 58mm tamper or perhaps a short hopper that'll fit a Pavoni ZIP (65mm throat)  - hacked, non-oem is fine.

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Location: Santa Cruz CA
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Grinder: SJ, RR45, Zip
Vac Pot: aeropress
Drip: toddy
Roaster: KKTO inspired
Posted Thu Jul 11, 2013, 6:48pm
Subject: Re: FSOT: Gaggia OWC parts
 

I had a question about the OPV, so I guess it's worth saying that to the best of my knowledge the OWC Boiler, OPV & solenoid are specific to the Old White Coffee model.

I considered hacking the boiler into a stand-alone steamer setup, so you can always do something with parts.
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