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The bean container/hopper on my Capresso 560.01 Infinity Burr Grinder is stuck and can no longer be rotated in either direction or removed from the body. Can anyone help me unseat it?


Grinders that are used daily, especially those in coffee shops will eventually wear out. The fine settings for espresso (or even finer for Turkish grind) will wear out the plates even faster. I've seen burrs needing replacement in 3-6 months for coffee shops. Burrs set on this fine position that do not grind or stop usually means a worn burr or gummed up plate. (especially with oily beans). Either problem requires the removal of the burr set and complete disassembly of the grinder. It sounds like your '1st' problem was corrected by permanently 'affixing' the burrs to a set position and now not able to remove them without causing more damage. I did the same to an old grinder I got from the swap meet. But alas, the plastic collar cracked completely and can't be repaired. well got 1 year's worth of use and it was cheap.
** Suggest checking with your vendor or MFR for service and/or replacement.
Aloha, ukeboy57

Dec 08, 2017 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Why does my coffee maker Capresso Team GS leak water?


Hello, what I have found is the most common cause of water leaking out of the bottom of the capresso team coffee maker is a leaking silicone hose that runs to the boiler (See the photo below with the split in the hose). The replacement silicone hose needs to be safe for beverage dispensing, food & dairy processing, taste and odor-free, with a temperature range of -75? to 350? F. All you need is a sharp pick, a phillips screwdriver, and a pair of needle nose pliers. Remove the four rubber pads on the bottom using the pick. Use the screwdriver to remove the six screws holding the bottom plate on. Remove and replace "BOTH" hoses using the needlenose pliers to pinch the hose clamps. Better to play it safe while you have it apart. If one is bad the other is likely not far behind. I hope this helps. acccadfd-0d5d-4c31-b1b9-a56192db9bc2.jpg

May 09, 2014 | Jura Capresso CoffeeTEAM GS 46405

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CoffeeTEAM TS leaks water


Hello, what I have found is the most common cause of water leaking out of the bottom of the capresso team coffee maker is a leaking silicone hose that runs to the boiler (see the photo below showing the split in the hose). The replacement silicone hose needs to be safe for beverage dispensing, food & dairy processing, taste and odor-free, with a temperature range of -75? to 350? F. All you need is a sharp pick, a phillips screwdriver, and a pair of needle nose pliers. Remove the four rubber pads on the bottom using the pick. Use the screwdriver to remove the six screws holding the bottom plate on. Remove and replace "BOTH" hoses using the needlenose pliers to pinch the hose clamps. Better to play it safe while you have it apart. If one is bad the other is likely not far behind. I hope this helps.

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Jan 28, 2014 | Jura Capresso CoffeeTEAM TS 46505

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Is there an easier was to decalcify the capresso 3000 than taking apart the whole machine. The directions say you have to remove the auto cappuccino assembly


Yes
You should run the decalcify program with the JURA decal tablets or DURGOL. Do not use other agents.
See page 25 of user manual.

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Feb 14, 2011 | Jura Capresso C3000 Espresso & Coffee...

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Jura Capresso Impressa S9- no steam


I had a similar problem. I took off the side and rear cover, followed the hose that comes from the steam wand to the rear of hte unit. It enters a solenoid made by ACL Italy. I dismantled the solenoid unit by disconnecting the two hose ends, removing the relay, and unscrewing the plunger unit (vertical pipe). The plunger unit internals should move freely up and down like a piston in a cylinder , powered by a small spring. In my unit, this plunger was calcified and seized. I soaked it in boiling water and pressed on it gently several times and it unstuck. I put it all back together again and presto! Good luck

Feb 13, 2010 | Jura Capresso Impressa S90 Espresso...

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Malfunction 8 - Good Cleaning of the Unit, but how to open?


You must remove the 4 oval screws on the back panel, then lift up the top panel. Then take a good grip in the left panel (seen from behind) and pull back. The other panel you use your fist and hit lightly backwards, it is ligthly snapped in the front panel. Then you will have free axcess for cleaning.

Jul 26, 2009 | Jura Capresso Impressa F9 Espresso Machine

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Apparently, a computer problem...


  • CALL our toll free HELP LINE: 1-800-767-3554 Monday -Friday 9AM to 9PM and Saturday 9AM to 5PM Eastern Standard Time. Feel free to call at any time. If you are connected to our voicemail, PLEASE DO NO HANG UP. Leave your name, telephone number and when we can call you back. Please also leave the model number of your Capresso product if you know it (see bottom of product)
  • FAX us at 1-201-767-9684
  • E-MAIL us at contact@capresso.com
  • VISIT our website www.capresso.com
  • WRITE to Capresso Inc., Customer Service, P.O. Box 775, Closter, NJ 07624
  • Apr 28, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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    Capresso C1300 LCD stays on stating "Hot water cycle necessary"


    I had one that set for 6 months that had that problem. Air had gotten into the water lines. Opened the hot water tap a few times and then removed the end of the water line that runs from the solenoid to heater block to at the solenoid end to bleed air out. It could also have been some calcium deposits that blew out with the air blocking the line. Then I replaced the end of the line, powered the machine up and it worked normally. Note: Jura Capresso and Capresso machines are complicated and it takes some mechanical know how to open them up and service them. They also have four special screws on the back that requires a special tool to open

    Feb 26, 2009 | Jura Capresso C3000 Espresso & Coffee...

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    Unable to make coffee automatically using whole beans


    One thought is to call Capresso for the recall to fix electrical cord. They will pay shipping both ways and fix any problems for free as part of the recall. Worked for me, might be too late now but worth trying.

    Nov 17, 2007 | Jura Capresso C1000 Espresso & Coffee...

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