DISCONTINUED Bezzera BZ07 PM V2 Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine

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Bezzera BZ07 PM V2 Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine

The Bezzera BZ07 PM espresso machine can be a fine addition to any home! There are many benefits and a solid performance that you can find from the features on this espresso machine.

This semi-automatic heat exchange machine from Bezzera has a beautiful and compact stainless steel body. The BZ07’s grouphead houses two electric heating elements and a thermostat to monitor temperature at the grouphead. A pressurstat (regulator) monitors the boiler pressure / temperature.


  • Multi-directional steam and hot water wands.
  • Lever-type, spring-loaded steam and hot water valves.
  • Thermostat-controlled heated 58mm grouphead.
  • All stainless steel body polished to a mirror finish.
  • Removable three (3) liter water reservoir.
  • Low water level switch turns off power when reservoir water level gets to low.
  • Vibration pump installed with air release valve.
  • Vacuum breaker valve allows you to place a timer on your machine.
  •  NSF approved Nistla (nickel) plated copper boiler.
  • Overpressure valve (9 bar OPV) adjustable to change exiting overpressure created by pump.
  • Mater-style pressurestat adjustable for changing boiler pressure.
  • Circuitry for automatic refill of internal boiler from water reservoir.
  • Three (3) way solenoid valve for quick removal of portafilter after espresso extraction.
  • Accessories: dual spout portafilter, 2-cup filter basket, 1-cup filter basket, plastic tamper, grouphead cleaning brush, and blind filter basket.

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Bezzera BZ07 PM V2 Semi-Automatic Espresso Machine

Additional information



Height (inches)

15, approximate

Width (inches)

9.5, approximate

Depth (inches)

17, approximate

Weight (pounds)


Wattage (watts)


Voltage (volts)

110 – 120

Boiler capacity (liters)


Portafilter size (mm)


Tank capacity (liters)


Country of manufacture

Milan, Italy


  1. White” body panel: Some machines come with a thin white coating that can easily be peeled off.
  2. Differences between BZ02 and BZ07 models:
    1. The BZ02 has plastic side panels with a stainless steel rear, and the BZ07 as stainless steel wraparound body.
    2. The BZ07 is a narrower machine, and due to this, the water wand and steam wand are very close to each other.
    3. The steam wand and hot water wand are on a bi-directional, horizontal axis for rotation while the same on the BZ07 is multi-directional.
    4. The grouphead on the BZ02 is welded to the boiler and the heat transfers passively while the BZ07 has a heating element with a thermostat to control temperature.
    5. The steam and hot water wands are controlled by a rotational knob on the BZ02 and a spring-loaded handle on the BZ07.
  3. Grouphead: The brew group size of this machine is 58 mm. It will not fit standard E61 portafilters or other E61 parts.
  4. Direct connect option: We only sell the tank models at this time. There currently is no retro fit to turn it into direct connect.
  5. Steam tips: We have confirmed the GoldPro2Hole steam tip does not fit into this machine. We don’t have any alternative steam tips at this time.
  6. Indicator lights: The green light on the machine indicates the machine is on. The yellow light on the machine indicates the machine has enough water. If the yellow light is off, that means there isn’t enough water in the tank.
  7. Temperature/pressure conversion table.
    C 80 85 90 95 100
    bar 0.5 0.7 1.0 1.3 1.7

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    1. 0 votes

      The steam pressure is controlled by the pressurstat. After powering off the machine and allowing it to cool, the top cover would need to be removed, and the screw would need to be turned in the '+' direction in half turn increments. Test. The steam pressure should never exceed 1.2 bar in the boiler pressure gauge.

    2. 0 votes

      Yes, it sounds like an overheat problem caused by a faulty pressurstat (PID sensor on PID models). However, the unit should be evaluated by a professional as a simple presurstat replacement will probably go defective pretty quickly (within days or weeks)  if the true cause is not determined.

    3. 0 votes

      The water valve does not have the lock functionality. If a part does not show up in search, it would need to be special ordered.

      Considering the age of your machine and symptoms, it is probably better to replace the entire valve.

    4. 0 votes

      Water from bottom of machine is indicative of the internal boiler overfilling or overheating or both. At your own risk, you can operate the machine with the body panel off to test and see where the leaking water is coming from.

      Normal boiler steam pressure on the gauge should max at 1.3. 1.5 is too high and may be opening the safety valve - this mimicking an overfilled boiler leak.

    5. 0 votes

      There may be an issue with a leak from the heat exchanger into the boiler (new boiler would be needed), or the boiler refill valve is stuck open, which fills the boiler. If the boiler refill valve is stuck open, usually the machine will have hot water back top the tank and/or the boiler is constantly refilling (unless the boiler is way overfilled).

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