SamNKellyNCoffee Senior Member Joined: 6 Jun 2005 Posts: 8 Location: Phoenix, Arizona Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Riviera Grinder: Solis Drip: Melita Roaster: Home Innovations I Roast
Posted Thu Jun 16, 2005, 11:25am Subject: Re: Riviera Machine Parts
Speaking of Blogs....http://coffeeetc.blogspot.com/ is where you can see larger and better pictures of the machine and its soon to be disassembly.... Oh yeah, Christopher just called...no dome or eagle until the end of July..... Sam
Posted Wed Jun 28, 2006, 7:45pm Subject: Re: Riviera Machine Parts
I just purchased a Riviera at a garage sale this past weekend. We are missing the tray at the bottom, the gauge cover and my hubby is thinking that we are missing a screen for in where you put the coffee??? I am new to espresso making so I am unsure of proper wording. Also we were wondering if anyone knew where we could get a manual and original $ for this. We are just curious as to what this cost. It is a brass one with the eagle on the top of the dome. Thanks.
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