Jura Capresso Impressa S9 Coffee Maker/Espresso Machine - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Remove the tray at the front of the machine. Look inside and you will see a rubber flap which separates the right and left side of the machine. Gently lift this to the right and look inside to the left (a small mirror like from a womans compact and a flashlight will help you see in there.) You will find a small circular screen (about the size of a half dollar.)  You need to wipe ALL the coffee grinds off of this screen. That should fix the problem. If you use dark beans, you are probably grinding them to fine and some of the oily residue is sticking to this screen. Try grinding the dark beans more coarsely. Only change the grinder WHEN IT IS GRINDING by adjusting the litlle knob in the box where you place the beans. If the problem started just after changing the filter you may have air in the water line and it needs to be flushed. Try running the tea portion hot water until it clears. These suggestions were given to me by Capresso and actually worked for my machine. Good luck. Gary

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019 | 7,916 views


Jura does not allow access to internal parts for cleaning. Brew group is the dirtiest part as it deals with complicated movements to make coffee.
Error 8 means the brew group is not returning to start position after it completes entire cycle to make coffee.
Jura recommends to remove drip tray. Using a thin cloth, insert the hand all the way under the machine. You will feel access to the bottom of the brew group. Wipe clean the bottom of brew group as best as you can. There will be lot of coffee powder (wet & dry) that is partially responsible to prevent brew group return to start position.
A better method is to open the machine using special key. Clean & lubricate the brew group. every two months. This will prevent Fungus and Bacteria growth. .
Instruction videos are posted on You tube channel "Parts Guru USA"
Use the link below to order the special key. Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988 Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988

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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016 | 157 views


The passage of water is not passing through coffee grounds. The coffee powder is dumped dry & water is bypassing the brew group and draining into the tray.
Causes:
1- Machine was not descaled. or descaled with automatic method only, as suggested by Jura.

2- There is accumulation of Calcium in the hydraulic system, generating back pressure. This reduces the pump pressure and water cannot force its way through coffee grounds.
3- Stop using filter cartridges. Turn the reminders off.

Solution:
Descale machine manually every three months. See link. Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988

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Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2016 | 667 views


Honestly, I've never even saw a Jura Capresso Impressa S9 Coffee Maker so excuse me that I won't provide you a specific answer, but maybe I can help you with some generic guidelines. I
According to your description, after 5 years it's presenting some problem.
About German language message, copy it to google search, between quotes and add word translate; see if you get some intelligible return.
Other trick to get a tranaslation is to send text to yoursel with gmail and select "translate"
Depending on content of that mysterious German message, probably you should look for some repair service. Maybe on your original warranty you have a listin of "authorized repair service" or the shop where you bought it can tell you where to take it.

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Aug 29, 2015 | 150 views


try this:clean with brus two metal contact on drip tray

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Jul 06, 2018 | 5,378 views


I have not done it, but I believe you simply remove the two screws you can seen when you look into the coffee bin.

I used to get "fill beans" messages when there were beans in the hopper. Eventually I determined this was due to my choice of beans: oily (ie. shiny) beans seem to clog up frequently, "dry" beans (beams without a sheen) rarely clog up.

Since the beans are gravity fed, oily ones tend to stick to one another

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Mar 13, 2017 | 1,031 views


To replace this part you will have to open the jura machine. I found this information out because I had the dreaded error 8 reading on my jura machine which stopped it from making coffee. To disassemble the jura coffee machine you'll need some special tools that I will talk about as I describe how to get to the sensor, make sure you get those tools or something similar.
The problem that you are having is the boiler is not heating properly (heating the water properly), so the taste of espresso will not be good. You need a high heating temperature to get good tasting espresso. This generally happens because the thermo sensor went bad and the electronic board is not sensing the proper heat because the thermo sensor went out.
1. Remove the drip tray
2. Remove the water tank
3. Remove the coffee cover and bean hopper cover (aroma cover)
4. Remove the cover for the pre-ground coffee shut
5. Now you will need to remove the cup warning plate that is stainless steel, it is fastened with 2 security screws. You'll need a Newelectronx t15 torx security screwdriver to take them out.
6. Now remove the top plate, there will be 5 screws fastening it down. Again use the Newelectronx t15 torx screwdriver to take them out. Pull it up to release.
7. On the rear end of the machine, you'll need to remove some weird oval head screws. The only place I could find the tool for this oval head screw was in the Newelectronx Coffee Tool Kit Set. Get the oval tool, which is different from the Newelectronx t15 torx bit and remove the next few screws. There are 2 screws - oval head, on the lower backside. Take off the rear back panel. On the left you'll find the mechanical parts.
8. On the boiler, which is the big metal part that is formed like an upside down tear drop. The thermo sensor is attached to the boiler with a screw - again use the Newelectronx security screwdriver to remove the security screw.
9. The thermo sensor connects to the electronic board. Detach the wire from the electronic board. Now the thermo sensor is off.
10. Replace the thermo sensor with a new jura thermo sensor that has the same wire colors. If the wire color is wrong the contact thermo sensor might not perform as it should.
11. Now put the machine back together. Good luck

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Apr 10, 2015 | 637 views


Hi, I made a video how to fix your Jura step by step, good luck.
http://fixandparts.wix.com/nicknicoloudis#!jura-coffee-machine/c15gy

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Mar 23, 2015 | 526 views


Hi, I made a video how to fix your Jura step by step, good luck... http://fixandparts.wix.com/nicknicoloudis#!jura-coffee-machine/c15gy

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Mar 23, 2015 | 900 views


Hi, I made some videos how to fix your Jura step by step, good luck... http://fixandparts.wix.com/nicknicoloudis#!jura-coffee-machine/c15gy

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Mar 23, 2015 | 524 views


Probably an internal Element has gone open circuit.
Mine did the same thing.
Then it wouldn't heat at all.
I pulled it apart (with photos)
Found the heater element. Found a replacement element after 6 weeks and replaced it in 2 hours.

Back to getting great coffee.. Ahhh

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015 | 352 views


Juani, can you use ground coffee in your machine. Then go and find the grinder and put some coffee beans in and grind them.
while enjoying your coffee read the user manual for the coffee machine and find out what the trouble is. If you can't find the manual, you can get it here Free User Manuals and Owners Guides ManualsOnline com
all the best Kolbrun

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Feb 02, 2015 | 232 views


There could be several reasons for this problem but I can only think of the following:
1.) The internal sensor may have gone "bad". The sensors are sensitive and prone to failure. But before you give up, see #2 & 3 below.
2.) A few things to check:
- Make sure you are using the recommended white cleaning tablets*. If the tablets aren't used then there may still be oil build-up in the brewing chamber.
- When indicated during the cleaning cycle, be sure to remove the tray and bean container for at least 20 seconds and then replace, even if they are already empty.
*Cleaning tablets can be ordered from www.capresso.com.
3.) If you don't have cleaning tablets on-hand then you can try running a regular brewing cycle using white vinegar** instead of water. Follow with at least 2 cycles of clear water (to rinse) before brewing your first cup of java.
***This method is probably not recommended by your manufacturer. I have used it on my machines without incurring any problems but I can't guarantee that it's safe for your machine.

Additional resources:
The entire pdf instruction manual for your machine can be downloaded from the following website: http://www.capresso.com/pdf/s9_instructions.pdf

Good Luck!

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Jan 29, 2015 | 1,334 views


Could be bad grinder or no 12v. The display/control runs on 5v and there is a transformer (supplying 5/12vdc) where the a/c cord comes in. Mine was blown from lightening.
Try these guys... they have parts, trouble shooting and videos on youtube.
http://www.partsguru.com/JuraCapressoImpressa.html

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Jan 26, 2015 | 145 views


Don't see an un-gloger listed.
http://www.shop.partsguru.com/searchquick-submit.sc?keywords=jura+s9+grinder

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Oct 23, 2014 | 179 views


Have you tried turning the power switch on the back left of the machine on and off?

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Apr 25, 2014 | 1,552 views


small float in tank stuck in down position. remove tank and clean with hot water. rinse the give a good shake you will hear float rattle in tank

Jura Capresso... | Answered on Mar 04, 2014 | 142 views


use distiled water and vinegar to descale

Jura Capresso... | Answered on May 10, 2015 | 793 views

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