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Spidem Divina coffee machine makes easy for anyone to prepare freshly brewed coffee customised to individual tastes. This machine is intended for household use. Max coffee per day: 10 cups. We have a huge range of replacement parts for your Spidem Divina Coffee Maker. Spidem Divina Repair Service Tips Spidem Divina coffee machine makes easy for anyone to prepare freshly brewed coffee customised to individual tastes. Check the fuse in the plug. Make sure the plug is properly connected into the connector slot.

Electric panel The transformer might be the one causing the symptom. Thermostat s Some thermostats need to be reactivated after a possible overheating of the machine, while they can also go in case of an extreme overheating issue.

Temperature sensor Although rarely, but the temperature sensor can cause this fault as well. Electric board Ocasionally faulty triacs and varistors can cause such a symptom. Electric components Almost any electric component can cause burnt smell. Electric board Burnt smell mainly arises from faulty electric boards. Water droplet red flashing This sign means that there is no water flow in the system and is mainly caused by a blockage in the water system or the brew unit, or a misplaced water tank.

Fill the water tank and let water through the steam wand till you get a continuous flow. Water droplet red steady on The machine lets you know when the water level is low in the tank. Fill the water tank Coffee bean red flashing The machine counts the number of coffees made since the last time the signal came up and the dump box was emptied and after about 13 coffees it will give the signal to empty it again, even if You have emptied it in between the two signals.

Empty the dump box. Coffee bean red steady on If the machine can't fill the scale in 20 seconds, it will give You this sign, meaning that the container is either empty or the grinder blades are blocked by greasy or wet coffee. Fill the coffee beans container. Clean and readjust grinder. Triangle red flashing In case the brew unit couldn't finish the complete cycle in 20 seconds or in case it's blocked by something, or if there is a foreign object blocking the grinder or the grinder is faulty, You will get this sign.

Clean and readjust grinder Clean and lubricate brew unit. Triangle red steady on If any of the removable components is not correctly placed, or in case the service door is not closed properly, then the machine will not operate and You will get this signal. Check all removable components. One might not be correctly in place. Make sure the service door is properly closed and the flap pressing the door microswitch is not broken. Coffee and steam buttons green flashing This mainly occurs after steaming with the machine, because the boiler needs to be cooled down to coffee temperature.

Let water through the steam wand to cool the machine down. Descaling red flashing The machine measures the amount of water that ran through the system since the last time the signal was resetted, and depending on the water hardness level settings it will give the signal again after the pre-programmed amount of water ran through the system again.

Descale the machine. Dirty water This problem is mainly caused by ground coffee piling up in the drainage vent, blocking the path of the excess water let out by the overpressure or the boiler valve. Clean and lubricate brew unit. Clean the drainage vent behind the brew unit thoroughly. Clear water This is a clear sign of a leaking water system. We strongly advise to stop operating the machine as soon as You come across with this fault.

Check float magnet Some times the magnet float in the tank gets stuck or gets filled with water and it either does not float anymore or the magnet inside corrodes to a degree in which it looses its magnetic properties. Check if there is something restricting the free movement of the float in the water tank. Airlock This symptom is mostly accompanied by the flashing water droplet sign and means that the filling of the water system is required.

Water working, but no coffee In cases, where You can't get coffee out of the machine even though You get water through the steam wand, the most common cause is a blocked, dirty brew unit. Frother blocked You need to keep in mind, that all frothers need to be cleaned straight away after use, otherwise milk residue will build up and block the steam wand and frother. Clean the frother attachment and steam wand.

Brew unit is clogged up The brew unit is the heart of the machine and it is recommended to be cleaned once a week under running water. Brew unit stuck This mainly happens when the user tries to force the brew unit out without reseting it to neutral position. Put the brew unit aside and everything else back to their places, close the service door and turn the machine off and then on, wait till the machine stands completely still and you should be able to replace the brew unit.

Gearbox damaged In extreme cases, the lack of lubrication can even lead to overexerting and damaging the gearbox. Brew unit clogged up The fault might simply originate from the lack of maintenance, caused by piled up ground coffee blocking the operation of the brew unit.

Electric board A rather frequent issue with these machines is an electric board failure that causes the gearbox motor to operate slowly, thereby exceeding the timeframe of operation and resulting in a blocked brew unit symptom.

Pucks are falling apart The ground coffee can't stay together as a puck if it's too coarse or the quantity of ground coffee is too low. Readjust the grinder to grind finer. Set the ground coffee quantity higher. Pucks are muddy The puck becomes muddy if the ground coffee is too fine and water can't pass through it. Readjust the grinder to grind coarser.

Clear and lubricate brew unit. Ocasionally The ground coffee quantity is probably set too high. Frequently The ground coffee fineness is probably set too coarse and the brew unit can't compress it to a puck. Clean water Clean water mostly gets in the dump box in larger quantities if the brew unit is not properly cleaned. Coffee In case coffee ends up in the dump box, that means the brew unit is damaged.

Small amount All automatic machines spill some ground coffee around the brew unit. You need to clean and lubricate the brew unit on a regular basis to keep the machine running and clean. Large amount This maily occurs because of the brew unit as symptom of the lack of lubrication. Grinder operating, but not grinding the beans In the vast majority of the cases this symptom is caused by either some kind of liquid that was poured into the grinder or greasy coffee beans.

Both result in ground coffee stuck to the blades making them unable to grind the coffee. Grinder does not operate The grinder is either blocked by some foreign object or the motor might be worn out or faulty. Brew unit clogged up A possible problem is that the shower disc is blocked by coffee residue. The ground coffee is too fine The grinder fineness settings might be too fine and water can't pass through the ground coffee, or the ground coffee is so fine, that it can block the shower disc.

Set the ground coffee quantity lower. The ground coffee is too coarse This might happen if the blades are worn, but they can probably be redajusted. Wrong beans The beans might be stale or the percentage of arabica beans in the blend might be too high.

Try different beans. Too high The temperature might be too high in case the system has a larger amount of limescale built up inside.

Lukewarm Oddly enough in most cases this issue is not related to the machine at all. It is rather related to the cold mug or cup the user brews the coffee into. Pre-heat the cup before brewing coffee. Cold This is a rare issue, mainly caused by a faulty temperature sensor. Weak The strength of the coffee is influenced by the coffee blend, the ground coffee fineness and quantity, the temperature and the pressure.

A weak coffee might be the result of stale beans or too high arabica percentage, coarse ground coffee, low ground coffee quantity, low temperature, or a combination of these. Strong or sour The strength of the coffee is influenced by the coffee blend, the ground coffee fineness and quantity, the temperature and the pressure.

A strong coffee might be the result of high robusta percentage, fine ground coffee, high ground coffee quantity, high temperature, or a combination of these. There is no crema on top In the world of automatic machines the theme crema will be somewhat simplified because of the low number of factors the user can influence and the low precision value of these adjustments. Basically there are three adjustable factors that have the most influence on the crema in a correctly operating automatic machine.

These three factors are the coffee beans, the grinding fineness and the ground coffee quantity. The higher robusta percentage, the finer the ground coffee and the higher the coffee quantity is, the thicker the crema will turn out to be. Milk warms up, but is not froted If You have steam pressure, but the milk is not frothed, then the problem can only be with the frother device.

The most common problem is that the frother is not perfectly clean. You need to make sure to keep the small hole on the side of the frother attachment clear.








Guide to troubleshoot your Spidem Divina Coffee Machine




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