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    help with fixing leaking steam wand in Quickmill Vetrano 2B

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    Hi all

    I'd appreciate your help.
    Just picked up a Vetrano secondhand, and giving it a thorough through.

    At the moment, the steam is leaking, drips slowly, but it's there.

    I'd appreciate any help with fixing this. Is it a matter of replacing some seals

    And anyone have a diagram of this machine? I know it's not that popular in Australia.

    Thanks in advance

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    Sounds like a leaking valve. Have you tried stripping it and seeing if the seal on the valve is shot? Check the seat as well. Generally they are simple devices with a seal and some o rings on the shaft, should be easy to suds out and rectify.

    Cheers

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    Thanks Artman, I think it's the seat that's the problem.
    looking for replacement parts now

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    Hi, anyone know where I can find parts for the Quickmill.
    Looking for the replacement seat in the steam wand.

    Tried for few stores, but none stock them.

    Thanks

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    anyone able to help sourcing the replacement seal for the Quick Mill?
    thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joyo View Post
    anyone able to help sourcing the replacement seal for the Quick Mill?
    thanks in advance
    Have tried talking to Coffee Parts?
    If anyone can help you out, it would be Pedro...

    Mal.

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    Thanks Mal
    Called up coffeeparts but unfortunately no go.

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    Thanks for your help folks.

    Finally managed to course the replacement seal and replaced it.
    However leak is still there.

    Any other advice?
    appreciate your help once again



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