Is your Olympia Safety Valve leaking?
There's a few reason why this may happen.
- The pressure in the boiler is set to high and the valve is releasing the additional pressure for your protection. The pressure may be too high due to a bad pressurestat. Test your pressure to make sure it's correct. We recommend a pressure of 0.8 to 1 Bar.
- The valve itself is faulty. Replace the valve. https://www.cerinicoffee.com/olympia-safety-valve-... .
If your pressure is too high first try to adjust the pressure-stat using the adjustment screw on the pressure-stat. If your machine does not have a pressure gauge you will need one to adjust the pressure correctly.
If the pressurestat does not adjust correctly you will need to replace it with a new one.
Cleaning the group Best practice is to keep it clean as you use it to prevent coffee oils from building up, so you won't have to take the group apart too often. Taking the group apart can be done, but make sure you don't damage during the process. You can also remove just the shower screen.Doing this [...]
Descale your machine regularly, depending on the hardness of your water 1 to 2 times per year. Only use a commercially available liquid de-calcifying solution in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.Please do not use acetic acid nor white vinegar!Instruction Maximatic Start with the fresh water cycle: Pour the descaling liquid into the removable fresh water tank of [...]
If your Olympia Express is not steaming when you open the steam knob, but the coffee is hot and the group (coffee) is hot.Check the steam tipRemove it by unscrewing the tip If the tip does not come off, remove the wand completely by unscrewing the nut at the top of the wand. With the wand off, [...]
If you receive an error 5 on a Saeco Espresso machine it means that the flow meter and CPU cannot see any water moving through the machine. First thing to try is restarting the machine 5-10 times. Make sure if you are using a water filter in the water tank remove it.Depending on what model you have [...]
Descale your machine regularly, depending on the hardness of your water 1 to 2 times per year. Only use a commercially available liquid de-calcifying solution in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Please do not use acetic acid nor white vinegar!Dezcal Descaler Recommended Open the boiler top of your Cremina. Empty the boiler water. Pour in the liquid descaling agent into [...]
Question:I need to replace the pump on my Gaggia Brevetti, which is a lot like the Gaggia Classic. The pump is an Eaton CP1. I am attaching a picture. There seem to be several very similar Ulka pumps, but I don’t know which is right for this. The inlet has a [...]
Question:I own a Gaggia Syncrony Compact machine. My water tank is leaking at the valve. It appears to operate fine while in the machine. When I remove the tank to refill at the sink there is a slow drip from the valve.Answer:First try descaling the machine, because limescale could block the valve from closing all [...]
before first useRemove all labels and packaging.Hand wash all parts with warm water.Rinse all parts thoroughly to remove any soap residue.Make 2-3 pots of coffee to season the pot. Follow to use instructions below for each cycle.to useFill the lower chamber with cold water just below the valve.Insert the funnel and fill it with ground [...]
Some of you may be wondering why you cannot clear the descaling light when manual descaling your Gaggia Brera. Don't worry you are not alone.. The Manual that comes with the machine is incorrect. Please follow the directions below to properly descale your espresso machine. Newer models of the Gaggia Brera now have an automatic descaling cycle-unfortunately, the only [...]