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The site may not work properly if you don't update your browser. If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit old reddit. Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts Log in sign up User account menu 12 Complete beginner here. My parents have had this machine for a while and lost the manual. I have no idea how it works. Help please? My parents have had this machine for a while and lost the manual. I have no idea how it works. Help please? The group head for example looks identical to the SGL Podstar, and i suspect it has similar internals. Though it is largely obsolete in terms of its design, and probably worth not much, I suspect that in the mid-90s they probably sold for a few hundred dollars at a time when ESE pods were the future and there was less of a market for domestic machines. A bit more googling reveals that illy bought euromatik in the mid-90s so I guess this machine predates then. In some ways you could see it as a predecessor to the Francis Francis machines - cheapish machines aimed at promoting Illy's solution to selling preground coffee pods. It may work moderately well, but will probably be limited by needing to be fed ESE pods of pre ground coffee. You fill the water reservoir with filtered or bottled water, plug it it, switch on the power switch on the top front right. Make sure the large knob on the right hand side of the machine is tightened clockwise. Load the portafilter. It is not clear what sort of filter basket you have there -could you post a photo.http://dsrental.com/userData/board/eci-60-manual.xml

It's likely you either have a pressurised filter - in which case fill to brim with fine ground coffee, tamp it down lightly to level and put onto machine or, more likely given its history an ESE pod carrier - which is kind of like a shallow pan, in which case buy some ESE pods (google them), put one in and replace portafilter in the machine If when you switch on the machine the orange light on top right comes on immediately and the goes off when the machine heats up, wait until it goes off and then turn the knob on the side anticlockwise to release water to the group, with a cup held below the portafilter to catch whatever comes out. Re tighten the knob to close off the water after about 25 seconds or when the cup is full. If the light doesn't come on immediately but only when it gets to heat, turn the knob at that point instead. It probably has a steam arm on the right which will shoot out some steam when you flip the switch in that direction and turn the knob anticlockwise, but the quality of its steam may not be brilliant. You may - depending on if nothing is too scaled up of corroded and you have access to ESE pods - get something approaching espresso coffee out of the machine. But it probably isnt worth spending much time on fixing up if it doesnt work from the off, and the coffee you get from preground ESE pods will always be fairly poor compared to that from freshly ground beans. But whatever you do, enjoy experimenting. I was a bit discouraged when i realized it required illy pods, but as my luck would have it my parents found boxes of them in our cupboard. Whether or not the espresso is of great quality or not, the steamer works well and I think I could put it to good use. I really apologize if this isn't the right place to post this or come for help as a beginner. All rights reserved Back to top. Dimensions: HH.; Most of the manufacturers reserve the right to change the product characteristics or complement without notice.http://www.first-classlogistics.com/image/upload/ecj-n55w-manual.xml

Please refine the important parameters by the selling assistant when making a purchase. Any publication or copying (full or partial) without a reference to the source page is prohibited. My account My basket 0 Product Products (empty) No products To be determined Shipping Total Check out Product successfully added to your shopping cart Quantity Total There are 0 items in your cart. There is 1 item in your cart. Total products Total shipping To be determined Total Continue shopping Proceed to checkout Machines On-board machines Machines On-board accessories Portable machines Machines Portable accessories Accessories On-board machines accessories Portable machines accessories Coffee E.S.E. espresso pods Soft pods Ground coffee On the road Outdoors On the water Special offers Accueil Machines Portable machines Handpresso Pump silver View larger Previous Next Display all pictures Handpresso Pump silver Manual espresso machine Reference: 48256 Simple, light and compact, the manual espresso machine Handpresso Pump allows you to drink an Italian espresso wherever you are. Condition: New product 56 Item Items Warning: Last items in stock. Handpresso Pump silver is the first ever portable espresso machine launched in 2008 and designed in France. This manual espresso maker works like a bicycle pump to build up a 16-bar pressure so as to offer you a creamy espresso wherever you are. Simple, light and sturdy, Handpresso Pump is the perfect machine for your camping holidays, when you travel, are on a boat or in the office. It makes your coffee breaks absolutely great wherever you are. The Handpresso Pump silver portable espresso maker is sold with its 2 portafilters, one for E.S.E. pods, the other for ground coffee. It requires no battery nor electricity, just perfect for those who care for the planet. It is also equipped with a manometer indicating when the 16-bar pressure has been reached. How long does it take to prepare a good espresso on-the-go.

In less than a minute, your coffee is ready wherever you are, in the office, trekking or traveling. What type of coffee to use with your portable coffee maker. Your manual espresso machine uses E.S.E. espresso pods (stiff pods) or ground coffee. Much smaller than Senseo pods, the E.S.E pods are also much stiffer. The coffee inside the pods has been tamped, so it requires a 16-bar pressure to pass through the pod and create the nice crema, which characterizes a perfect espresso.

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Good for the environment.Marked counterpoints of flavors, with pronounced chocolate aromas, blending with toast and caramel.A sensory revolution.Uniquely distinctive notes of chocolate and caramel enhanced by delicate hints of toast, orange, honey and vanilla. The full-bodied flavour is accompanied by intense notes of cacao and toast, leaving a pleasant chocolatey aftertaste and a hint of sweetness.There are surprising notes of caramel and nuts, with a delicate hint of chocolate and toast. Marked counterpoints of flavors, with pronounced chocolate aromas, blending with toast and caramel.A sensory revolution.Uniquely distinctive notes of chocolate and caramel enhanced by delicate hints of toast, orange, honey and vanilla. The full-bodied flavour is accompanied by intense notes of cacao and toast, leaving a pleasant chocolatey aftertaste and a hint of sweetness.There are surprising notes of caramel and nuts, with a delicate hint of chocolate and toast. These advertising-free forums are provided free of charge through donations from Society members. Anyone may read the forums, but to post you must create a free account.Illy has bought the company that made Euromatik, and we notice that Starbucks sells their expresso pod maker under its (Starbucks) name. So Faith, have you had any experience with the one that Starbucks sells and describes on their web site. Euromatik was such a great tip from you that we want to be sure the next one we will eventually need is as good. I've never seen the Starbucks version. I would caution anyone who gets the machine to check on service. I checked out the Starbucks web-site, finally found the espresso machines, Barista, which look very different from anything I've ever had. And I've had quite a few espresso machines. The model I currently use is called Twin, and makes 1 or 2 shots at time, convenient for a crowd.

Illy has bought the company that made Euromatik, and we notice that Starbucks sells their expresso pod maker under its (Starbucks) name. So Faith, have you had any experience with the one that Starbucks sells and describes on their web site. Euromatik was such a great tip from you that we want to be sure the next one we will eventually need is as good. Instead it's the Illy Francis 5 that you can see on the Illy site. Does that ring a bell or look like what you have? My regrets. I'm tempted. And I'm going to check them out and will let you know.Faith, I messed up. The machine on the Starbucks site is not the old Euromatik. Instead it's the Illy Francis 5 that you can see on the Illy site. Does that ring a bell or look like what you have? My regrets. Any idea of where I can get one. I have NO idea how to operate it. Thanks Login to post I inherited the machine. Thanks I have an older model White, so am familiar with the basics. Followed directions carefully regarding top threading and loading the bobbin - but I. It has a Tip Matik US Patent and a Horst Hausser metal gmbh D-7062 ruderberg stamped on the. You have to push down to release and then pull up. This procedure applies to all three positions.Can't figure out how to change the belt - don't have a manual. Thanks. Jo-Anne Have no idea how to use it. Need an instruction manual please.Thank you, I would love to use it but I have no idea on how to even thread it. Can you help me? If your machine is a White brand, go to whitesewing.com and click on customer service.I need manual to operate this machine. I have already found out that Elna contracted with Tiwan(excuse my spelling) to make there machine between 1989-1991. I want to know. I use it for my heavy sewing, as it will go through anything. I would be happy to copy the manual and send it to you for copy costs. Just let me know. I would love to know what knowledge you have gained about this machine.

It does not appear to be an easy machine to find info on, may not have produced a lot. I had no idea it was not a European produced machine. LisaI inherited the machine. Thanks The floor suction, controlled by the gray switch on the back, is still great. When you push the red button on the front, the beads in the canister used to spin but now it doe nothing. Any ideas how I can fix it? It's like a pulse noise and works intermittently. Answer questions, earn points and help others. Elegant and functional, its compact form makes it suitable for kitchens and offices large and small. Features a high pressure pump of 19 bars. Available in black. During his career he has received prestigious awards, including the Good Design Award, the Red Dot Design Award and the Gold Compilation ADI. And the capsules make for quick and easy clean up. But we’d rather give you the perfect one. So we’ve spent eight decades refining a singular, signature blend - celebrated the world over as the pinnacle of what coffee can be. Brewed CapsulesShipments can be made within the United States only. We are not able to ship to APO addresses. To ensure 2nd day and next day delivery, orders must be placed by noon EST. All orders placed after noon EST will be processed the following business day. For your added convenience, our dedicated Customer Care Specialists are available to personally assist you with all your needs Monday through Friday from 9am EST to 7pm EST. By registering your email address, you declare that you are not in the European Union. By registering your email address, you declare that you are not in the European Union. You can review your account settings at any time. If you have any questions or problems, please give the office team a call on 01604 821 234 and we will be happy to help. Any idea of where I can get one. I have NO idea how to operate it. ThanksAny idea of where I can get one. I have NO idea how to operate it.

Thanks It's an old mechanical machine with heavy metal parts. The stitch selector was stuck, I removed the top and helped the selector to move.I can fix the machine if I had a repair manual. I need to buy a repair manual. How and where can I get one? Thankjs. Charlie. PS. Im pretty mechanicly inclined and I was able to clean the machine and get it to work after I just inherited the machine and would like to use it, but it came without the manual. Thank you! Your help in this is much appreciated!I would like to get a user manual or the instruction on how run this machine. I need manual to operate this machine. I have already found out that Elna contracted with Tiwan(excuse my spelling) to make there machine between 1989-1991. I want to know which machine made in Switzerland is comperable to this one. Thanks.Audrey. Sorry about the catagory.but you do not have sewing machine on list. I use it for my heavy sewing, as it will go through anything. I would be happy to copy the manual and send it to you for copy costs. Just let me know. I would love to know what knowledge you h.Can I get a free manual. Or do I have to pay for one? Is there anywhere on-line to get a free one. I wouldn't mind paying for one but I know hers is at her house somewhere.:( I was able to find assistance to issues from the Janome website. Goto\015\012\015\012.Where might I find a spare.I would really like to start using it as it takes up a lot of space and I need the manual to get the most out of it.Pfaff Australia have not provided assistance and were unaware that they made presses. Hope you can help. Kind Regards. Suzanne Many Thanks.We can not get the light or the fan to operate using either the switches or the remote. We have checked the circuit breaker. The manual that came with the unit - provided to us from the previous homeowner - really only describes how to install the uni I keep getting red light and then the two smal llight one ice and one water come on.

We can hear the motor trying to fill the ice try and then lights come on. Please help me this so I can use this product. It did not come with a manual. If the valve doesn't seal good because of sediment or wear it will continue to drip and when the water reaches the ice maker supply tube it will freeze blocking the fill.I'm having trouble finding one on-line. Any idea where to get one? It's a Singer belt. You might wanna try that..The model no. is 7130. Please let me know if you have one and when can I get one.One has to turn on the power button on the front in order for the unit to heat the water. The button will only work if the two manual knobs are in a certain position. Very occasionally, it took a few tries to get the button to turn on. Now it usually does not work but will once in a while. Any ideas what we could do to repair this problem? Getting pretty annoyed can't find one. Where can I get one Please let me know how. Thank you for reading my mail, Where can I get one. It is a free download.Searched it as I just bought one also with no manual. Printed it off for free. Hope this works for you. Cindy. Mokita is saeco type of espresso machine. Euromatik was distributed and I also belive owned by Caffe Ily Euromatik no longer exists as a company. I am looking for parts for a Euromatik pod espresso machine. If you need parts for it check company that carries parts for Saeco or Technosystem or Mokita. No SEO style postings will be tolerated. SEO related posts will result in immediate ban from CoffeeGeek. No cross posting allowed - do not post your topic to more than one forum, nor repost a topic to the same forum. Who Can Read The Forum. Anyone can read posts in these discussion boards. Who Can Post New Topics. Any registered CoffeeGeek member can post new topics. Who Can Post Replies. Any registered CoffeeGeek member can post replies. Can Photos be posted. Anyone can post photos in their new topics or replies. Who can change or delete posts.

Any CoffeeGeek member can edit their own posts. Only moderators can delete posts. Probationary Period: If you are a new signup for CoffeeGeek, you cannot promote, endorse, criticise or otherwise post an unsolicited endorsement for any company, product or service in your first five postings. Usage of this website signifies agreement with our Terms and Conditions. (0.503927946091). Available to search by manufacturer or product family: it is the easiest and fastest way to find out about our offering of spare parts and accessories.By using these services, you accept our use of cookies. Info OK. We are part of a cult who believes that espresso made with Illycaffe coffee in Illycaffe serviced machines produces superior coffee. I consider this a significant leap in quality of life for people who love Italian coffee. For the first time a relatively affordable system allows you to make it properly, easily and consistently at home. But 95 percent of the espresso made everywhere is crap - undrinkable, burned, bitter, weak, unaromatic, watery and unsatisfying. The big professional espresso machines must be treated as sensitive instruments, constantly kept in tune, cleaned often, seals checked, pressure maintained. A badly cared for machine produces bad coffee no matter how skilled the person running it or the quality of the beans. The people who make the best espresso understand their machines, knowing exactly how hard to pack the coffee, how long to let the water run through it, and when temperature and pressure are off kilter. At least the place is starting off with the highest grade coffee, roasted for optimum flavor without bitterness. And if the Illy company has its way, the espresso will be made in a machine bought or leased from the company and serviced by it. Illy technicians also train the restaurant or cafe staff to make the coffee correctly, maintain the machines daily and generally do everything possible to ensure a perfect ounce of espresso every time.

It stood out from the others for its richness, aroma, balance, nuance and creamy top. Soon after I switched over to it at my restaurant, Dr. Ernesto Illy, from Trieste, showed up at the door. Dr. Illy, a professor of chemistry, is legendary in coffee circles, not only for his technical knowledge of the coffee-making process, but also for his evangelical quest to improve the quality of espresso wherever it's made. Like winemaker Robert Mondavi, Illy believes that delicious coffee promotes more coffee drinking and bad coffee hurts the whole industry. He has spent his entire life explaining the chemistry and technology behind a superior shot of espresso. An energetic 73-year-old, Dr. Illy goes on and on and on about volatiles, oils, liquid body, scent, acidity, aftertaste - qualities of espresso that can be measured in a laboratory and assigned a number. He draws on the scientific language of chemistry to prove why his coffee tastes so good, as if one sip won't suffice. At the time, coffee roasters were merchants, more interested in buying and selling than in the quality of the product. Dr. Illy's father brought his new technology to his biggest competitor. They merged to form a new company under the Illy family name. The elder Illy went on to invent the modern espresso machine, which uses pressure from an air compressor rather than built-up steam from boiling water. This keeps the actual espresso-making water at the all important 190 to 194 degrees. And he hasn't stopped developing sales since (though his youngest son, Andrea, also devotes his efforts to sales and marketing). In the 1930s, roasted coffee beans were distributed locally in Italy. Illy started selling nationally, from Sicily all the way to Trieste, and then internationally, which was a real breakthrough, since no one outside of Italy even knew what espresso was. The green coffee beans come from 10 different countries and end up as Illy espresso in 61 countries.

The maker puts the premeasured, prepacked, Illy pod in the machine, presses a button, and ecco!, the perfect cup of espresso. Last year, the Illy company released the patents on the pod and the machines that use the pods in order to enlarge the market for espresso. They figured if consumers can easily buy a machine that uses this foolproof system, no one will drink regular coffee anymore. (Remember vinyl records and black-and-white TVs?) Now you can make espresso quickly and cleanly at home. No more tricky grinding of coffee for your finicky machine. No more cleaning machine and basket of messy grounds. By calling 888-322-4559 you can order regular or decaf Illy pods through the mail.The tough decision is still the equipment. I made pod espresso in six different machines at San Francisco Illy's headquarters. Both make a fine cup of espresso with the flick of a switch, and both efficiently steam milk. Longevity seems to be the issue with the inexpensive Gaggia. I see it as a beginner foundation garment, giving support as your needs grow. If they don't, you haven't made a huge investment in infrastructure. The Gaggia machines can be ordered along with the pods. It has no steamer. When I want a latte at home I heat milk in my special glass-covered milk pot. I don't like foam. The milk-steaming functions on the cheaper machines seem to work against the espresso- With steamer or not, the more expensive the machine, the more nuanced the espresso. (All the above machines can be ordered through the local Illy office at 415-543-2724.) But I do have one tiny quibble with the pod system.I hope he gets on it soon. The ultimate home espresso may even be within our reach. Here's what you need to know about roasting your own coffee beans. Pods or capsules? Our expert guide will help you choose. These are the ones that rated lowest. Is it time you invested in your own manual espresso machine? CHOICE supports the First Nations people's Uluru Statement from the Heart.

Any idea of where I can get one. I have NO idea how to operate it. Thanks Coffee Maker Euromatik Joy full specifications Coffee Maker Euromatik Joy with specifications and photos, buyers reviews and price comparison. World's leading marketplace. World's leading marketplace. The facts, figures, reviews, records, stats, and other data presented on this page is for suggestion and information purposes only. PageGlance.com is not responsible for any incorrect or incomplete information. PageGlance.com does not take responsibility for any user-reviews of websites inside its resource and reserves the right to keep or remove those. It is highly recommended that you review all the data for accuracy.

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