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Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
  • Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
  • Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
  • Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
  • Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
  • Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)
  • Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)

Olympia Cremina Heating Element 120v & Gasket - 100452 (06.3100.30.30)

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  • 120 Volt Heating Element with Heating Element Gasket and Safety Thermostat.
      • Fits Olympia Maximatic (all years)
      • Fits Coffex (all years)
      • Fits Cremina (all years)
      • Pasquni's made by olympia (all years)
5.0
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
Based on 12 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 12 Total 4 star reviews: 0 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
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12 reviews
  • BC
    brendt c.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    15 seconds ago
    heating element

    perfect fit, workd great in my 2004 model maximatic

  • RL
    ROBERT L.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    5 months ago
    New heating element

    I decided to replace my original heating element rather than repair it because it was causing the electrodes to heat up and melt the terminal covers even at the switch and there was degradation of the insulating material around the electrodes where they entered the base plate. This replacement element is very nice and the attached base plate is very beefy. As previous customers have commented, because the coil runs in a different direction than my original 1989 machine, I rotated the siphon tube clockwise, using a wrench, so that the end of the tube now sits midway between the heating coil and the sidewall of the boiler. I also was unsure if I should use the old washers on the bolts as it was in the original installation. I decided to use the washers. The teflon gasket is also a very nice upgrade to the original rubber gasket. I am hoping that it will last longer than the black rubber which degrades significantly after 10 years.

  • CB
    christine b.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    7 months ago
    Fixed my Cremina perfectly!

    I ordered all parts from Cerini because they are THE go to for legit parts for my Olympia Cremina. I am clueless about repairs on it but have someone here in Florida who knows and has worked on his share of Creminas. The machine is all tuned and fixed. Thank you Cerini for the ease and speed of ordering and obtaining parts

  • PS
    Paula S.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    7 months ago
    Made like a “tank!”

    This Olympia Cremina heating element is available and was shipped to us the next business day. Since we live in the Pacific Northwest, it’s one of those parts that we keep on hand, should our present heating element malfunctions (it hasn’t yet).

  • BO
    brad o.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    9 months ago
    Replacement heating element for Cremina

    It would be nice if there was an explanation regarding how to deal with the ground wire when replacing the original element (with ground wire) with the new element (apparently, no ground wire).

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