Question about Astoria Divina SAE-2 Coffee Maker, Espresso Machine
One of the lines is for pump pressure and lines up with the side that reads 0-15, that would be the one leading to the bottom of the machine. The other side is for steam pressure which reads 0-3 that is connected to the boiler. As for the grouphead if the screen is in place you should be able to use a 5mm allen wrench if that is what the screw head is, which is someone changed it from a flat head that is what they put in.
Posted on Jul 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
here is the site where you can get your presure gauge and other parts for your machine.http://www.espressoparts.com/results.cgis?catalog=&select=NAME&keywords=astoria+pressure+gauge&image.x=15&image.y=14
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
Either the solenoids are damaged or blocked, or the metering jet on the top of the group is blocked, or the blockage is at the flowmeters. Do you get a reading on the pump pressure gauge when the buttons are pressed?
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
SOURCE: how to fix the wand
First check the steam wand tip to make sure it is not blocked. If it is clear remove the wand and run it under a faucet to make sure it is not blocked, it water flows freely, then the problem is on the fitting that connects the valve to the boiler, remove fitting and check, if clear check the boiler fitting, use a screwdriver and clear the fitting on top of the boiler.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
SOURCE: I replaced the pump and it's working, however, when I turned on the machine and the boiler came up, there's a stream of pressured steam coming out of releasing through the top of the machine. Any id
Hopefully, your pressure gauge is working, and if it is at 1.2 bar or so, then you have a failed anti-suction valve or boiler safety valve.
The ASV is the smaller fitting; it might be stuck, so you could try tapping the little button. The boiler safety valve is another matter - it will open at some point past 1.8 bar, which means the pressurestat is shot or its adjustment has been tampered with.
Boiler Safety Valve
It's most likely the ASV - they do get stuck open as well as closed...
Posted on Feb 06, 2015
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