Ah nice, yeah I'm using the Pesado 20g Precision basket, dosing 22.5g in. It sinks fairly low after tamping so I could probably dose 23g or a bit more
Yep- if you have 12V black and grey to the pressurestat, it should be rewired.
Normally, it is better to store them by a small tea caddy, i have some caddies here to store tea: https://www.umiteasets.com/tea-caddy.html
Thanks Anthony, I'll give them a shout.
Not sure if it's just a stuck gauge or something because the extraction is fine but even with a
No that's not normal, you should be seeing circa 9bar on extraction.
Beauty of the Alex Duetto is that the pump
Have a look at the funnel ring on the top of the grinder and make sure it hasn't come loose. It doesn't seem to do anything to contribute to a squeaking
To confirm are you referring to the ECM rewire necessary on the circa 2006 Giotto Premium?
Im not aware that any Rockets required a rewire.
Yep. It's not too late, they do make them with a beginner mode just for cases like yours. Once you're comfortable on it, you can turn up the power.
Easy. You repair or replace the board and you purchase a new LED. While you're in there you wire it to >2010 protocol which sends 230V to the pressurestat.
One thing I've only just noticed.... my brewhead pressure guage isn't moving at all... it just sits on zero. The extraction seems fine but it was only
Company quote today "end of Q1 at best for 220v".
Which translates to Easter which quickly becomes June after shipping and clearances.
As per Radsparkies post above ....
I have a Giotto Prem Plus V1 circa 2009 with
Sirai Comm Pressurestat.
Mine has had the
Hi Chris, absolutely. Will PM you.
That's an excellent thought, so long as I can rope someone in.
I don't mind the guests Yelta, it's the mother-in-law and kids in residence
They're a very nice machine. What type of baskets are you using? I'm on a 20g VST for the Peru.