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In his case, the front two one in each front corner were loose. Water had been leaking out of the left and right sides of the assembly until he tightened these two screws.
Once tightened, the leaking stopped… Fixed! Might as well check all 4 corner screws. If loose screws are not the problem, the gaskets seals might be leaking. It may be necessary to replace the whole thermal block boiler assembly… discussed on its own page. The guy at my local bearing shop helped me find the size and composition of the original viton seals and keeping in mind this need to be food grade.
I only needed the two seals in the lower part of the boiler since they were the ones leaking. If anyone would like to deal directly with the same shop, here are the details: parts numbers are: viton at 1. Update a day or so later: Hi Sonic, thanks for posting the info. In the end I had to change also the large seal for the upper boiler.
The part number was: Viton, 8. I noticed there were a lot of imperfections in this part of the boiler. There were clear evidence of these aluminum debris had been gouging in the seal. Cleaning up and smoothing the surface could only help I guess. Have a great day! I did a little reading and learned that Viton is a registered trademark for a brand of synthetic rubber and fluoropolymer elastomer made by DuPont Performance Elastomers L.
Wikipedia article on Viton , which fall under the category of FKM elastomers. Seems as though as long as one can find food-grade seals or gaskets made of a suitable material from this materials category, one may be able to install new seals—Jean-Seb did!
Or is it Viton? Per site correspondent John M. They are red high temperature silicone. At least on my BESXL unit, it takes 10 or more of those on all the various hoses and plastic connectors. If you find you have a single failed seal, or, you are in there replacing anything else like the solenoid , then IMO ALL of them should be preventatively replaced if the machine is of the age that anything at all has started to fail. From measuring and comparing, I found the small red O-rings on the hoses to be either identical or extremely close to a AS size.
From that spec, it is elementary to find FDA food-grade red silicone O-rings in that size. One could also replace with Viton i. Thanks to all the site correspondents above for sharing their findings!
Almost immediately, a large amount of water began dripping from the holes around the outside of the brewhead. Upon removing the back cover, it was immediately clear what the problem was: a broken water valve assembly. I found the part on e-replacementparts. He said that they might be getting more of these parts sometime in the summer [of —Sonic]. Best I can tell from surfing round the interwebs, no one has that particular part.
I now face the stark reality of either, a. Anyway, another tip for your readers should they experience this issue. This valve is the part that is now obsolete and apparently for good reason … so I figured I had nothing to lose. I removed the small O ring where the break was, put some quick-setting epoxy carefully around the joint and held it in place for a few minutes until it was attached. I then layered on a thick mass of epoxy around the joint; let it dry.
Then another layer. When I tried it out, it worked better than it ever had before. So this can be fixed with a few layers of epoxy being careful not to cover the hole where the water flows. I figured that it was either this or find a new machine. It might last — might not. But it buys me some time before spending several hundred dollars on another espresso maker.
JD Yannick D. He used 5 min. He then added two more coats of epoxy to ensure that the repair held solid. In his email message, he reports the machine has been running 2 weeks without a problem. Seems like this fix is generally applicable and, with care, ought to work well. For reference purposes for anyone else wanting to try this fix, here is a tight close-up picture of the valve assembly from our working machine, with the big thermal block hose disconnected at the block for a better view: Failure and Repair: No Water Flow You can hear the pump, but absolutely no water comes out of either the brew head or steam wand?
Multi espresso machine fixer Dave S. I researched the net and knew it needed priming and this trick worked! A turkey baster syringe might work if the tip is small enough to fix into the input hose. I think I forced in ml at least, just enough to prime her. Water Matters!
The composition of the water you put into your series machine has a dramatic effect on its performance, especially over the long term. Related to correspondence in early between myself and Grant Ball, i did some reasonably in-depth studying of cleaning out mineral buildup in espresso machines. It dates back many years, all the way to the Usenet Newsgroup alt. In your kitchen, or wherever you keep your ?
On a sunny day in March , i decalcified our machine for the first time and…… nothing came out. Nothing human-eye visible. How could this be? Our City of Pasadena, California tap water run through our Brita charcoal-based water pitcher filtration system produces slightly acidic water, which apparently keeps the Breville plumbing quite clean without the need for decalcification.
Nearly all the credit goes to the Brita: before we had the Brita, we used a tap-mounted Pur filter. Great-tasting water, yet lots of mineral buildup visible on the heating element of another appliance a now-retired Bodum water boiler. Within weeks after switching water filters, the mineral deposits on the heating element of the Bodum began flaking off. Within a month or two, the element was like-new clean, with no cleaning effort on our part.
Water matters! It appears that the water circuit through the boiler for steam is different to the brew head path. Based on my feeling that there was a blockage and there was no problem with the high-limit thermostat [discussed on the Normal Sequence of Operations page —Sonic], I decided to try some Scalex through the machine and focused on the steam water path.
To my amazement, there was a huge amount of brown gunk dislodged. I tried various ways to shift it like running steam then switching on the hot water mode.
After two full tanks of Scalex and then another 3 of clean water the gunk was mostly removed. I also cleaned the brew head path but there was minimal scale and residue coming from this water path. My conclusion is this: The steaming capacity of these machines is borderline from the outset. After some accumulation of residue in the thermoblock water circuit, the ability to transfer heat to the water is lost and steaming capacity is very reduced.
Regular de-scaling will dramatically improve steam production. I actually think that a longer preheating period which would give a hotter thermoblock before starting to pump would give a quicker start to steaming and a more solid flow, but the Breville guys must have their reasons for the programming they chose…. The fastest and easiest way to do this on a whole-machine basis is to run a decalcification cleaning cycle.
If you have steam wand-only problems, i have an alternative method which is even faster, below. The original Breville instructions are in the same standard black text color as this paragraph. My modified instructions, comments, and notes are this color green. I ignored this step. Do so at your own risk!
Remove the Filter Holder and Frothing Attachment. Pour the decalcifying agent into the water tank. I discuss options for the decalcifying agent at the end of these instructions. Plug the machine into the power outlet and switch on. Place a large container under both the Brew Head and the Steam Wand. Unscrew Steam Wand tip, to prevent its plugging up with chunks of crud. Monitor the water level closely. It will drop quickly!
This is a home machine—the pump is not rated for continuous duty! Letting it rest will reduce pump stress. Elsewhere on this same page p. Note that water consumption is vastly less per minute in the Steam position vs.
Many minutes will pass before the water level noticeably drops. I chose to run it about 5 min. Leave the machine to sit on hot powered on Standby for minutes.
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