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florentvade
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Posted Mon Dec 12, 2011, 3:12pm
Subject: water on the pressurestat line
 

Hi.

I'm just wondering if some water in the pressurestat line (line between the boiler and and pressurestat) is normal.
Or should should it be only steam in that line ?
Wega Evd2 machine.

Thanks
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cwatson01
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Posted Tue Dec 13, 2011, 12:39pm
Subject: Re: water on the pressurestat line
 

Well, anywhere you have steam, you have water. :)

If it leaks, it will drip water. But no, the line shouldn't be full of water. Sounds like your boiler is over filling.
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florentvade
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Posted Tue Dec 13, 2011, 9:09pm
Subject: Re: water on the pressurestat line
 

Hi,

I have a mobile coffee van, so the coffee machine is at the back of the van, and the van is on the road moving around most of the days.
So it's why there is water in the line.
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