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Reply: Nt Sensor
Reply: Nt Sensor
Would You tell me what is the purpose of the
second NT Sensor? /Connector# 72, Loc# on board -NTC IFO-
I do not know the correct location for the sensor side... At water heating element?
Drawing would help... Thanks forward: garbj1.
Ref.: Delonghi ESAM 3500, Nt sensor to generator is ok.
Question: Water Leaks, Magnifica 3200.
I need this tube and the o-rings that go with it, do the o-rings come with the tube or separate? Can I buy more as spares, what is their part number? Also the receptcle(white with a screw to keep in place), that the tube and o-ring clips into on top of the generator, is it available? I have seen it on a european website but would prefer to get all the parts from same place. Please let me me know if I cann all the parts here?
Question: Delonghi EAM-3200.S Generator Ga...
I finally got to take my hot water generator apart and find 23 silicone o-rings. 1 on top and 2 on bottom. I assume all 3 are this part number. Is that correct, are all 3 o-rings this part number?
Reply: Delonghi EAM-3200.S Generator Ga...
By inspecting the parts diagram. It looks like to me that all of the 5332149100 are all the same.
Question: Is This The Control Board That C...
Is this the control board that controls the on/off button on the espresso machine? Got harder and harder to turn on the espresso maker in the past week. Had to press the power button very hard to get it to turn on and today it stopped turning on completely.
Reply: Is This The Control Board That C...
It sounds like you are looking at getting a new front control panel (#7332178600). Replacing this will take care of the turning off and on problem.
Question: Delonghi Blinking Water Light
My Delonghi EAM3200 has a blinking Water Warning Light. Machine seems to warm up fine, etc. but Water warning light blinking and machine won't brew or clean. Previous owner said "brew group" may need to be replaced. Looking to troubleshoot and/or what part(s) needed to buy. Thanks!