[Homeroast] La Pavoni

g paris pchforever at gmail.com
Mon Sep 6 16:29:09 CDT 2010


Hi Gregg:

most folks here, at homeroasters.org and coffee geek would tell you to do it
yourself.
especially if you are handy.

my guess is that the insides are mostly stainless or brass fittings so you
should
not have an issue with breaking parts as you go through.

I think Tom has an info sheet here for changing out the o-rings or you
can find a sheet online.

good luck, take pictures.

ginny

On Mon, Sep 6, 2010 at 8:57 AM, Gregg Talton <gregg.talton at gmail.com> wrote:

> Since I'm already out of lurk mode ...
>
> I have had a La Pavoni Europicolla for about 15 years and it's more than
> time for an overhaul - o-rings mostly.  I'm rather handy and thinking about
> replacing the o-rings myself. Anyone have any experience with this or
> should
> I pay the $125 or so to a shop and let someone else deal with it?
>
> Gregg
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