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My built-in coffee machine makes too less milk foam or has bad frothing
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My built-in coffee machine makes too less milk foam or has bad frothing

 
Issue
  • Integrated coffee machine makes too less milk foam or has bad frothing
Applies to
  • Integrated coffee machine
Resolution

Integrated coffee machine with a display:

1. Press the "Clean" button, with the machine "Ready for coffee", to clear and clean the parts and have the system working again

Make also sure the gaskets on the coupling of the milk jug lid are clean and clear from hard milk residuals.

2. Clean only the black milk jug cover in the dishwasher removing the inlet and outlet pipes and the froth regulation lever

3. Use only cold milk (3 to 7 °C) to improve the froth performance

4. Carry out the descaling procedure

Regular descaling will clean the steam outlet and the hydraulic circuit and prevent the appliance from becoming worn quickly. Use a descaling agent regularly. To ensure that the descaling is effective, it should be carried out every time the appliance requests it. The frequency will depend on the hardness of the water in your home. Descaling is performed by diluting a dose of decalcifying solution in one litre of water according to the instructions on the packet, in the appliance’s dispenser. Follow the instructions in the manual for the complete procedures.

5. Contact an Authorized Service Centre

If the above advices do not resolve the problem, we recommend requesting a visit by a service engineer.

 

Integrated coffee machine with LED only:

1. If steam is as well produced, make sure that there is enough cold milk (60-70cc) in the cup

2. Make sure that the steam pipe is clean. Remove steam pipe and make sure that the holes are clean

3. Contact an Authorized Service Centre

If the above advices do not resolve the problem, we recommend requesting a visit by a service engineer.

 

NOTE: Depending on the problem, you may be charged for a service visit by an engineer, even during the warranty period.
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