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4574RE: [BUG] Re: Troubleshooting a used espress es-a1

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  • Paul Albert Acosta
    May 2, 2012
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      It is not the flowmeter. The pump should turn on to administer a dose to the group head prior to the flowmeter pulses registering that stop the dosing. Regards,Paul Albert Acosta

      To: BUG-is-Bunn@yahoogroups.com
      From: aerynoustinne@...
      Date: Thu, 3 May 2012 01:42:11 +0000
      Subject: [BUG] Re: Troubleshooting a used espress es-a1






























      > First things first - take as many pictures of the internal & external parts as you can and post them in an album you can create in the Photos section to the left of the home page. That'll help us all by making sure we're on the same page, because there are many internal parts that're different from machine to machine.

      >

      > As for servicing the machine, it'll be pretty much up to you to do the work. It's asking a lot to expect over worked techs to work on a machine made in the early to mid nineties. The good news is these are relatively simple machines and as long as the PC board isn't damaged (seldom a problem) then with our help and advice, there's no reason you can't make this a working machine.

      >

      > Tex



      Thanks,

      I just uploaded a few photos to an album I titled Erin's ES-1A.

      We've been working through the manual to see what we can manage and we think we might have narrowed it down to the flowmeter.

      Is this an expensive/difficult part to replace on the machine?


















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