Jura Capresso Impressa F7 Espresso Machine - Answered Questions & Fixed issues
Error message Fault 5
The message 'FAULT 5' on the Jura Impressa F7, appears when there is a problem with the heating sensor. Normally it needs service or replacement. You can try to unplug it from the power supply for an hour and then open it again. See if it works.
on Jan 21, 2015
Jura f7 clean message wont disappear after running
First you need to be sure that the cleaning program is completed, if you cancel the program before it`s completed the machine will keep asking for cleaning. If you have tried to run the program several times and the alarm still lights up, then there`s a software problem. The only way to reset this is then to change the Main electronic board, that is very expencive and you should really concider to live with the alarm
on Oct 27, 2012
Message says tray missing, even
Clearly, the drip tray is not aligned right, or there is a manufacturing flaw. Simple answer would be to examine the part of the tray that you believe is supposed to engage the switch when it is in place, and try to figure out why it is not doing this.
Personally, if you are like me and don't mind voiding a warranty, I'd suggest removing the switch so the machine always thinks the tray is in place.
on May 07, 2011
Water leaks when brewing.
The water can come from several places, it could be coming from a leak in one of the pipe joints or the overflow system.
It is possible you have a blockage in the pipe work.
The machine will have to be taken apart to investigate.
Depends if you are happy to do that or not as it is is a little tricky and depending on cover has mains voltage present.
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on Feb 16, 2011
Jura Impressa F7 rinse will not push water through the heads.
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on Aug 15, 2010
Jura rinse cycle empties into tray and not through
This is the result of a bad "O" ring around your tamper. That's the part inside the machine that has all the little holes in it and has a screw in the middle. Often times this unit needs to be cleaned because of the grounds that can collect on it. It is possible to replace the "O" ring yourself but it is extremely difficult to get to. I've replaced mine on a C-1500 and was able to find the proper size and guage (It's a thick ring) at an auto parts store. The hard part is getting the old one off. Make sure power is disconnected before doing anything. Unplug the machine. Then feel up around that tamper I mentioned and see if you can feel the broken end of the "O" ring. If you can, you are in luck! Pull it off, take it to the parts store and buy several different sizes, but all the same thickness (same guage). They go back on MUCH easier than they come off. I ended up making a small probe with a hook on one end to get my "O" ring off...because the broken end was not accessible. I also used a flashlight and a mirror to get a look at what I was doing. Don't try to disassemble the machine! That will cause huge problems. If this fails the only recourse is to send the the unit in for service.
on Mar 31, 2010
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