KoziCoffee Senior Member Joined: 28 Oct 2012 Posts: 1 Location: Northumberland Expertise: I live coffee
Posted Sun Oct 28, 2012, 3:25am Subject: Fracino Sight Glass Troubleshoot
Hi...We have a Fracino Contempo commercial coffee machine and the sight glass is showing a 'FULL RED' colour. Yes we ran low on water plus water is 'bubbling' out of the top of the Sight Glass. Can anyone advise on colouring and what that signifies ?
Just a guess. If water is coming out of the sight glass, you might have a loose connection at the top of the sight glass. Tighten it up and it might fix it. water level is at red= full tank in a normal situation. If there is a leak from a loose connection- you would see bubbling/water and the water level viewer not working correctly.
I am also showing a full read on my machine (different brand) but I believe there is a clog or something. even with a drained tank- it still show full.
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