Lelit MC593 Dual Pressure Gauge

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Lelit MC593 Dual Pressure Gauge

This gauge (MC593) is for the Lelit PL60 Diana and PL62 Mara espresso machine models.

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Lelit MC593 Dual Pressure Gauge

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      Once scale in the capillary tube has caused the needle to move off of zero when off, does the gauge need to be replaced, or can it be reset to zero after cleaning or replacing the capillary tube?
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      Q Once scale in the capillary tube has caused the needle to move off of zero when off, does the gau...... Read more answer now
      Asked by Jay on January 1, 2024 4:50 pm
      Answered by the admin

      Most often, the gauge is damaged and needs to be replaced. Sometimes, a descaling inside the gauge's port hole opening may sometimes correct the offset issue. The capillary tube can usually be descaled to correct a blockage, but not to correct the needle being offset.

    2. Do you have instructions on how to clear the capillary tube? My steam pressure gauge is stuck, which happened soon after a recent descale. Thanks.
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      Q Do you have instructions on how to clear the capillary tube? My steam pressure gauge is stuck, wh...... Read more answer now
      Asked by TimD48912 on July 26, 2022 10:11 am
      Answered by the admin

      Another descale.

    4. So, how do I descale the machine so the capillary tube on the gauge doesn't get stuck? (I don't know how to do this, but I have the Ascaso descaling solution.) Does back flushing the machine help to resolve this problem?
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      Q So, how do I descale the machine so the capillary tube on the gauge doesn't get stuck? (I don't k...... Read more answer now
      Asked by najib on January 27, 2020 8:24 pm
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      The capillary tube needs to be physically removed and descaled separately. A machine descaling will not solve this problem because the descaling solution does not get high enough in the boiler to descale the capillary tube.

    6. how is the upper steam boiler needle indicator supposed to work ?on my machine it always get stuck between #2 and #3 numbers even when the machine is off ? can i readjust it and how ? thank you!!!
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      Q how is the upper steam boiler needle indicator supposed to work ?on my machine it always get stuc...... Read more answer now
      Asked by najib on January 27, 2020 2:38 pm
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      It should go to zero when the machine is shut down. The gauge usually gets stuck when limescale clogs up the capillary tube.

    8. What is the diameter of this gauge?
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      Q What is the diameter of this gauge? answer now
      Asked by Jay on March 9, 2019 4:51 am
      Answered by the admin

      Sorry, due to potential errors, we do not measure parts, and we only list measurements provided the manufacturers. The part number is referenced for the Lelit espresso machines on Lelit's respective parts diagrams.