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Spyranpap
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Posted Mon Mar 24, 2014, 9:14am
Subject: SALDA ITALY "NAPOLETANA"
 

Hi everybody.
I am new here and i am looking for some help. I have a Napoletana by Salda-Italy and i had great espresso with it.Unfortunatelly last week probably shorted. when i am trying to switch it on electricity is out in the building...Sometimes directly after i switced it on but sometimes after 10 minutes and when machine is already warm.I checked on internet i found tha there is no more salda italy but lelit,where i can find some parts.
I opened the cover to check for burned cables or pipes with holes but with a first look everything seem to be good.Any ideas what is the problem?
Thank you guys.I love this machine and i want to fix it,not to replace it!!

cheers!
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Posted Mon Mar 24, 2014, 9:24am
Subject: Re: SALDA ITALY "NAPOLETANA"
 

Welcome to CoffeeGeek!

Even though you didn't notice any holes in the pipes, the machine might leak some water when running which can cause a short-circuit. Were there any wet spots inside the machine? Receck right after a failure, but don't forget to pull the plug.

 
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Spyranpap
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Posted Mon Mar 24, 2014, 9:29am
Subject: Re: SALDA ITALY "NAPOLETANA"
 

NobbyR Thank you for the fast response.I did that step many times but i can't see any wet spots.I am not an expert but i believe i could see that.Thank you again.
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alanfrew
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Posted Mon Mar 24, 2014, 3:34pm
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Element. http://www.coffeeco.com.au/articles/repair.html


Alan
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Spyranpap
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Posted Tue Mar 25, 2014, 6:13am
Subject: Re: SALDA ITALY "NAPOLETANA"
 

Thank you very much Alan.I was looking for something like that but europeans they dont even know my machine!!Really useful for the future as i suppose that for now i cant do it by my self.But you are a treasure anyway.Cheers
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