We service & repair small appliances & automatic espresso machine

Saeco Small Appliance Repair
Jura Small Appliance Repair
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Delonghi Small Appliance Repair

Our Service Center specializes in the service and repair of home residential espresso machines. We take pride in having the expertise to properly repair and return your coffee espresso machine back to full function. Our technicians and staff know coffee and the machines we often use to make it:

Coffee Machine Espresso System Categories:

  • Manual Portable
  • Capsule
  • Semi-automatics
  • Stove Top
  • Manual levers
  • Semi-automatics
  • Automatics
  • Super-automatics

We provide on site in store check ups and estimates before having our technicians look at the machine. Once checked in our repairs can often be quick if its a simple tune-up or clean while major repairs and diagnosis take an average of -3 weeks.

Due to liability reasons, we do not offer troubleshooting or repair support of coffee machines and espresso systems over the phone or via email. It’s difficult to assess the cause of issues without seeing the machine, so we do not provide any estimates for repair until we have the equipment in our center and can fully diagnose the issue and resolution.

Coffee Espresso Machine Repair Step by Step:

  • Test functions of machine
    • Espresso
    • Cappuccino
    • Latte
    • Coffee
    • Ristretto
    • Lungo
    • Check temperature of brew
    • Test Frother
  • Service error codes related to grinder:
    • Error 8 code (Jura Impressa and Capresso Units)
    • Failed Function code
    • System failure code
  • Service mechanical errors:
    • grinder fails
    • grinder dumps grounds without brewing
    • grinder makes loud noise
  • Service and repair boiler malfunctions:
    • hot water boiler does not heat up water properly
    • water leaking out of unit

We service and repair all major brands of espresso machines manual and full automatic systems. Coffee espresso machines often need maintenance and service related to the boiler and grinder assemblies. This maintenance can often be performed by maintaining a routine schedule of descaling, cleaning and degreasing the brew, grinder and froth unit.

Coffee Espresso System Repair Models and Brands:

  • Jura Impressa models
  • Jura Capresso Macines
  • Drip Coffee Machines
    • Mr. Coffee
    • Hamilton Beach
    • Keurig
    • Nespresso
    • Delonghi
    • Taylor
    • KitchenAid
  • Miele Coffee machines
  • Delonghi Espresso Machines
  • Spidem Espresso Full Automatic systems
  • Saeco Coffee Espresso Machines
  • Brasilia Coffee Systems
  • Aerobie (1)
  • Ascaso
  • Bialetti
  • Bodum
  • Breville
  • Capresso
  • Crossland Coffee
  • DeLonghi
  • Francis Francis
  • Full Circle
  • GSI Outdoors
  • Ilsa
  • Jura
  • Krups
  • La Marzocco
  • La Pavoni
  • Nespresso
  • Nuova Simonelli
  • Rancilio
  • Rocket Espresso
  • Saeco

History about Espresso Machine:

The first machine for making espresso was built and patented by Angelo Moriondo of Turin, Italy, who demonstrated a working example at the Turin General Exposition of 1884. He was granted patent no. 33/256 dated 16 May 1884 (according to the “Bollettino delle privative industriali del Regno d’Italia”, 2nd Series, Volume 15, Year 1884, pages 635 – 655). A certificate of industrial title was awarded to Mr. Moriondo Angelo, of Turin, for an invention called “New steam machinery for the economic and instantaneous confection of coffee beverage, method ‘A. Moriondo’, Plate CXL”.
In 1901 Luigi Bezzera of Milan patented improvements to the machine. Bezzera was not an engineer, but a mechanic. He patented a number of improvements to the existing machine, the first of which was applied for on the 19th of December 1901. It was titled “Innovations in the machinery to prepare and immediately serve coffee beverage” (Patent No. 153/94, 61707, granted on the 5th of June 1902). In 1905 the patent was bought by Desiderio Pavoni who founded the “La Pavoni” company and began to produce the machine commercially (one a day) in a small workshop in Via Parini in Milan.