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Date: 24 May 2007 01:21:48
From: hbuchtel
Subject: gaggia group- standpipe
Hello all, does anybody know how the standpipe in the standard Gaggia
group is attached?

Does it screw out of the group or is it welded in there?

Thanks, Henry





 
Date: 28 May 2007 01:31:33
From: hbuchtel
Subject: Re: gaggia group- standpipe
Cool, that is what I was hoping.

Thanks!

Henry

On May 27, 6:23 pm, "Coffee for Connoisseurs"
<alanf...@coffeeco.com.au > wrote:
> It screws out. IIRC, it's the same diameter & thread as the one used in the
> Silvia boiler.
>
> --
> Alan
>
> alanf...@coffeeco.com.auwww.coffeeco.com.au



 
Date: 27 May 2007 10:23:09
From: Coffee for Connoisseurs
Subject: Re: gaggia group- standpipe
It screws out. IIRC, it's the same diameter & thread as the one used in the
Silvia boiler.


--
Alan

alanfrew@coffeeco.com.au
www.coffeeco.com.au




 
Date: 27 May 2007 02:46:41
From: hbuchtel
Subject: Re: gaggia group- standpipe
Hey Johnny, thanks for the reply.

I should have mentioned that I'm talking about the home models
(Espresso, Classic, Coffee, etc) not the commercial ones...

Like this one-

http://www.partsguru.com/GaggiaEspresso.html

The standpipe (or "brass tube") is part #17

Thanks, Henry

On May 25, 11:41 am, "Johnny" <removethis.huuan...@hotmail.com > wrote:
> "hbuchtel" <henry.buch...@gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1179994908.571944.241790@r19g2000prf.googlegroups.com...> Hello all, does anybody know how the standpipe in the standard Gaggia
> > group is attached?
>
> > Does it screw out of the group or is it welded in there?
>
> > Thanks, Henry
>
> This any help?http://www.coffeeparts.com.au/gag/gag1.html




 
Date: 24 May 2007 20:41:31
From: Johnny
Subject: Re: gaggia group- standpipe

"hbuchtel" <henry.buchtel@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1179994908.571944.241790@r19g2000prf.googlegroups.com...
> Hello all, does anybody know how the standpipe in the standard Gaggia
> group is attached?
>
> Does it screw out of the group or is it welded in there?
>
> Thanks, Henry
>
This any help?
http://www.coffeeparts.com.au/gag/gag1.html