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Date: 23 Apr 2007 17:22:28
From: buyukkoc
Subject: gaggia classic repair
hi all,
i am new to this so please let me know whether this was discussed:
i have a gaggia classic which needs repair (does not turn on/off)
possibly a blown fuse. can somebody send me a repair manual of this. i
can open and replace a fuse or other parts if necessary...
i found that http://gaggiaparts.com/GaggiaClassicCoffee.html lists
the parts and i can order them and repair myself if i have some
instructions. SHOULD i repair myself? or send to one of the 3 places i
found that repair: (or other places better than these) 1.
http://www.cerinicoffee.com/Gaggia_service.asp 2. http://www.wholelattelove.com/
3. http://www.electra-craft.com/repairs.htm
I need 2 advices based on experience and would really appreciate any
help...(Repair/not repair) and (Place to repair)
best regards to all...
my experience of best coffee is peets in case you want to try some
strong espresso...
best regards
cagatay buyukkoc

buyukkoc@gmail.com





 
Date: 24 Apr 2007 05:23:44
From: Robert Harmon
Subject: Re: gaggia classic repair
Here's a link telling how to replace the thermal fuse.

http://home.earthlink.net/~r_harmon/thermal%20fuse%20replacement.htm

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"buyukkoc" <buyukkoc@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1177374148.414942.194610@n59g2000hsh.googlegroups.com...
> hi all,
> i am new to this so please let me know whether this was discussed:
> i have a gaggia classic which needs repair (does not turn on/off)
> possibly a blown fuse. can somebody send me a repair manual of this. i
> can open and replace a fuse or other parts if necessary...
> i found that http://gaggiaparts.com/GaggiaClassicCoffee.html lists
> the parts and i can order them and repair myself if i have some
> instructions. SHOULD i repair myself? or send to one of the 3 places i
> found that repair: (or other places better than these) 1.
> http://www.cerinicoffee.com/Gaggia_service.asp 2.
> http://www.wholelattelove.com/
> 3. http://www.electra-craft.com/repairs.htm
> I need 2 advices based on experience and would really appreciate any
> help...(Repair/not repair) and (Place to repair)
> best regards to all...
> my experience of best coffee is peets in case you want to try some
> strong espresso...
> best regards
> cagatay buyukkoc
>
> buyukkoc@gmail.com
>




 
Date: 23 Apr 2007 18:02:48
From: Dave b
Subject: Re: gaggia classic repair
On Apr 23, 8:22 pm, buyukkoc <buyuk...@gmail.com > wrote:
> hi all,
> i am new to this so please let me know whether this was discussed:
> i have a gaggia classic which needs repair (does not turn on/off)
> possibly a blown fuse. can somebody send me a repair manual of this. i
> can open and replace a fuse or other parts if necessary...
> i found thathttp://gaggiaparts.com/GaggiaClassicCoffee.html lists
> the parts and i can order them and repair myself if i have some
> instructions. SHOULD i repair myself? or send to one of the 3 places i
> found that repair: (or other places better than these) 1.http://www.cerinicoffee.com/Gaggia_service.asp2.http://www.wholelattelove.com/
> 3.http://www.electra-craft.com/repairs.htm
> I need 2 advices based on experience and would really appreciate any
> help...(Repair/not repair) and (Place to repair)
> best regards to all...
> my experience of best coffee is peets in case you want to try some
> strong espresso...
> best regards
> cagatay buyukkoc
>
> buyuk...@gmail.com

I repair them

and it is most likely a $2 thermal fuse.

:)

dave