Do I understand this correctly:
All of the Juras have a brew group that delivers up to 16gms. So does that mean that if I choose the highest strength coffee (Strongest setting plus the extra second you get from the 'aroma' setting), I'll get about 8 grams on a single and 16gms on a double, regardless of how much water I choose.
Also, in looking at the diferent choices in the $1000, it pretty confusing. The E8 seems to do about everything the F9 does, without the fancy display.
Any words of wisdom on that?
Does Whole Latte Love or the manufacturer provide a warranty on the Jura Capresso E8?
Today while I was making a coffee in my wonderful Gaggia super-automatic, a nasty "squealing" noise occurred, which I had never heard before. I turned the machine off, pulled out the brew group, cleaned it and everything else I could see. The noise did more or less go away, though there was still a bit of a remnant. I have performed descaling once, when I was instructed to do so, and I try to clean the brew group every so often.
I have had a Magic Deluxe for 4 years. It has been troublefree, although the no-bean indicator never worked....
Now, after descaling, I find that the expressed coffee is wet and it seems to take longer for a cup to make. What could be the problem?
I just purchased the Capresso C1000 and I absolutely love it. Straight forward and easy to use. My only problem is that after foaming milk I have a hard time getting the machine to reset to coffee making. I follow the instructions in the book and whether or not the machine resets appears to be entirely random. Often it takes me 7 or 8 tries before the reset "takes". Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
My Gaggia semi-automatic espresso machine has a very "violent" start. The first second of the brew process produces a strong vibration and noise - then it eases off and brews as expected. Is this normal?