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Ian
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Posted Sat Jul 17, 2004, 1:17am
Subject: Re: Pressurestat adjustment screws
 

Eric,

Bad luck, I haven't tried to obtain a spare for mine yet. Euro2000snc would probably sell you one, more locally, I expect an Isomac one would fit. IIRC Mosfet mentioned that his Expobar one was similar but I don't know if they are exactly the same.

I jotted down some numbers for the pressurestat while I had the back off mine:

CEME TIPO PC 5412/VAP-DR

Somebody somewhere must have them in stock?

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Ian

 
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Posted Fri Aug 6, 2004, 3:06pm
Subject: Re: Pressurestat adjustment screws
 

Ian,

Thanks for the info, most helpful, as usual. :-)

I have managed to get hold of one, but without the deadband adjustment, fixed 0.2 Bar.
It is from Jaguar here in the UK in Reading, in their catalogue it is for a Cimabali espresso machine.
It arrived the other day and is working great.


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Posted Fri Aug 6, 2004, 3:30pm
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That's a coincidence, I was just thinking about you this afternoon and whether you had managed to get a replacement p/stat. Glad to hear you're back in action again, mind you, you've still got the Faema in reserve eh?


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Posted Sat Aug 7, 2004, 1:01pm
Subject: Re: Pressurestat adjustment screws
 

EricC Said:

Ian,

I think i have just over adjusted my deadband adjustment screw. :-(
Over zealous with the screwdriver, and it looks as though i have stripped the threads,
this what i get for using a Leatherman Wave instead of a suitable screwdriver for such an intricate adjustment.

Does anyone on the group have any idea where i can buy a new Pressurestat to fit my Euro2000 Junior ?

Eric.

Posted July 15, 2004 link

If you stripped the screw, it's a Ceme -- good stat, lousy screws. You can replace it with the same one or the Mater found in many other machines of this type.

 
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