Re: Rancilio Silvia problem
- From: Tex <r_h_harmon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 20:48:57 -0500
lockjaw <davebobbl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
On Oct 25, 1:49 pm, sca...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Oct 24, 7:05 pm, lockjaw <davebo...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:ed it
On Oct 24, 9:33 am, sca...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Oct 24, 7:19 am, lockjaw <davebo...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Oct 19, 10:44 am, sca...@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I left the steam switch on all day. I shut it off. When I
rnback on the next day everything worked properly, except ,the
andhose to the reservoir is sending very hot water to the
termaking a popping noise. I have opened up the machine . There
is a brass fitting that receives water from the pump and also
eback to the reservoir. could that be theproblem?
what was the outcome?? just curious
I still haven't figured it out. how do I determine it is the
pressure relief valve? Is there a Silvia breakdown somewhere? I
can replace th
30part if I know its bad. I also need a parts resource.
with the steam valve SHUT, turn on the ledt center switch. a very
slight DRIBBLE of water should come out of the return line to the
white tank -- the shorter line of the 2. == within no more than
dave /// 535 silvias
Which physical piece on the machine are you calling the pressure
relief valve. Is it the piece on the top right hand side of the
boiler> The piece that has the tube going to the pump and the shorter
hose going to the reservoir? Thanks for you assistance!
that is correct. the valve itself is inside the part that has the LOW
pressure (clear) hose attached to runs back to the white tank.
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