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EspressoIntenditore

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at 10-04-2013 8:34am
la Pavoni EPC-8
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It sounds like a crazy way to pull a shot; for me I would actually get one of these it does sound interesting.

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ShaneAncefsky Thanks for the question. They are very cool machines. It does take some time to get used to the machine to pull consistent shots. We have a local roaster, one of the Barista's has this machine and has tricked it out with a pressure gauge, some kind of temperature controller, he is able to pull some great shots.

10-04-2013 10:29am |

James Klinger

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at 08-09-2013 6:23am
la Pavoni EPC-8
la Pavoni EPC-8

What are the dimensions (LxWxH)?

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mjackson ♦ James a fun machine to own and use. Here are the dimensions
Height 13", 7.5 " wide, 10 1/4" deep

Hope this helps and thanks for asking

08-09-2013 8:44am |

dcupstateNY

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at 03-19-2013 7:50pm
la Pavoni EPC-8
la Pavoni EPC-8

My boiler is loose on my La Pavoni EPC-8. What's the best way/what do I need to do to tighten it? Any special tools required?

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techkathy Unfortunately we are not a La Pavoni certified service center. I would recommend contacting La Pavoni USA at 1-800-927-0277. They should be able to provide you with some guidance in tightening up the boiler.

03-20-2013 3:05pm |

Maram Epstein

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at 03-03-2013 12:30pm
la Pavoni EPC-8
la Pavoni EPC-8

what are the differences between la pavoni EPC-8 and EPC-16?

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A A Maram,
The difference between the EPC-8 and 16 is the amount of water that they will hold. The EPC-8 will hold enough for 8 shots, while the 16 will hold enough for 16 shots.

03-04-2013 9:48am |

yannick bomble

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at 12-12-2012 1:43pm
la Pavoni EPC-8
la Pavoni EPC-8

Hi,
Could you tell me what accessories are included with the EPC-8. Tamper ...
Thanks

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mjackson ♦ It is a great machine that does require some manual effort but dies make great shots. It comes with a portafilter, single and double baskets, a plastic tamper, a coffee scoop. , and a auto froth attachment. You may want to get a better tamper it is 51 mm tamper. I hope this helps and make sure you get a decent grinder as well.

12-13-2012 9:55am |

Qi Chen

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at 08-04-2011 9:52am
la Pavoni EPC-8
la Pavoni EPC-8

hi, I saw you guys have this item
http://www.wholelattelove.com/LaPavoni/epc8.cfm
is this brand new item? does it come with any manufacture warranty?
is it sealed in original box?

thanks

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Mike Russo ♦ Qi Chen...Thanks for your interest in the la Pavoni EPC-8. This is a new machine in the box and comes with a 1 year warranty through la Pavoni. Thanks.

08-04-2011 10:19am |

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Qi Chen I am thinking to get this one.
I found this online store selling the same one for cheaper price. Do you guys price match? If yes, how I place order with price match, thanks
http://interpresso.com/products/la-Pavoni-Europiccola-EPC%252d8-Espresso-Machine.html

08-04-2011 8:41pm |

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Mike Russo ♦ Qi...Yes we do price match. Please call us at 1-888-411-5282 option 1 for help with your price match. Thanks

08-05-2011 5:11pm |

vincent dene

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at 10-24-2010 9:03pm
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la Pavoni EPC-8

can the la pavoni epc 8 use pods as well as the metal filter included? Which other machines in the 500 to 700 dollar range can use both
Thanks Vin

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Mike Russo ♦ Vincent, unfortunately the EPC 8 is not able to use pods. There are many machines in the 500-700 range that allow for both pods and grounds. The Gaggia baby twin allows for both pods and ground coffee. The twin also is programmable and has pre-infusion as well as some other great qualities. Most of the Gaggia semi-automatic machines allow for both ground coffee and pods. Another alternative that allows for both ground and pods is the Rancilio Silvia. The Silvia has been around a long time and has many great reviews. To use pods with the Silvia you would need to purchase the pod adaptor kit. Don’t hesitate to call us with any other questions about specific models or if you just need more recommendations. Happy brewing!

10-26-2010 7:52pm |

Dave Farrell

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at 01-20-2010 7:31pm
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la Pavoni EPC-8

I have a La Pavoni EPC-8 which looks identical to the one pictured, including the plastic tray and grill, but it has a two level pwoer switch under the main switch insteaed of a green light. How can I learn when it was produced?
Thank you very much.
Dave

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TechMilanoItalia Dave, your best bet would be to contact La Pavoni directly. Their number is 800.927.0277

01-21-2010 9:29am |

kevin varner

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at 12-22-2009 12:11pm
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la Pavoni EPC-8

is there any way to use pods? are there any aftermarket adapters? for la pavoni epc-8

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WholeLatteLoveRep1 Unfortunately there is not a known way to use pods with the La Pavoni EPC-8. You can always attempt to use your single filter basket to see what kind of result you get with it, but it's probably not going to create the nice tight seal that you would need to give you a proper brew.

12-22-2009 4:42pm |

timothy summerfield

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at 11-10-2008 11:58am
la Pavoni EPC-8
la Pavoni EPC-8

How is the filter basket held in the portafilter when knocking out the coffee grounds?

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Whole Latte Love Staff

There is a little clip in the portafilter that holds it in place. It looks like a bent paperclip. It presses on a groove in the filter basket hard enough so that normal knocking keeps the basket in place. Removing the basket requires that you pry it off - I like to use a butter knife when my wife isn't looking

11-10-2008 11:58am |

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