To replace steam-wand seals (in case of water leaking out from the center of the steam-wand): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fulyy9A9... , but note - for parts: https://philips.encompass.com/model/SAER... (worth going to amazon.de and entering the partnumbers into the search box: e.g. the o-rings for the needle-valve (996530013462)
@Dolan Classen (- 07/10/2017 ) - I fixed my machine without so much as a single part needed. If you’re middle thermostat also has no power running through it & it has a little button in the middle, you can just power-down your machine (plug-out etc.) and press that button. The button resets the thermostat and, at least in my case, everything worked.
As per (Dolan Classen 7/10/2017) above my Starbucks Barista just went dead from one day to the next (no other indication of problems). Using a simple phase-tester, I have seen that the middle thermostat (?) (see part 21 from John Steed, February 6, post http://www.kaffeemaschinendoctor.at/saec...) has power entering from the On/Off switch, but not on the return-wire to the appliance power block (Live, Earth, Neutral). I’m assuming it might be worth trying a replacement.
As John Steed’s schematic is possibly for a different machine - I don’t know what thermostat to order. Does anyone know what part 21 would be for the Starbucks Barista? Also, if not, could I directly connect (jump-over) briefly to check the main functioning of the machine to ascertain that the thermostat is indeed the problem (worried this may cause damage)?
Media vez obtengan, podras ver un gráfico de la reputación que han obtenido con el tiempo.
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