Diagnosing – Lelit PL62S, PL62, PL62T, PL62S-T

Diagnosing – Lelit PL62S, PL62, PL62T, PL62S-T

Taking Off Body Panel

  1. Unplug the electrical cord from the outlet first. Then unplug the cord from the machine.
  2. Remove the water tank, drip tray, & top covers.
  3. Close steam & hot water valves.
  4. Remove the screws on the top panel and place into an empty cup.
  5. Place a towel on your counter and lay the machine so the grouphead rests on the towel.
  6. Remove the bottom screws holding the body panel.
  7. Pull out the body panel upwards slightly AND upwards from counter where it meets the front.
  8. Lay machine correctly.

Note:

If it is wet inside, let your machine air dry for 24 hours to avoid personal injury.


Checking for Leaks

Note:

DO NOT STICK FINGERS OR HANDS INSIDE MACHINE OR ON ANY PARTS WHILE MACHINE IS PLUGGED INTO THE OUTLET OR IF HOT

  1. Fill the water tank.
  2. Secure the water tank in place with masking tape.
  3. Plug in the electrical cord into your machine first. Then plug the cord in the outlet.
  4. Power your machine on. Let it warm up UNTIL you can see leak.
  5. There is a valve on top of the boiler (like a pin in center of nut). This is normal to leak a little immediately before steam pressure builds up.
  6. Once a leak is found, power off machine and unplug.
  7. Look for parts in our diagrams, or if under warranty, please contact us.

Low Water Sensor Constant Beeping

Note: If using using distilled, purified or reverse osmosis water, please change your water and run through the machine to see if it stops the beeping.

  1. Check and fill the water tank. Test.
  2. Unplug the machine from the electrical outlet and allow to fully cool down. Remove water reservoir and check the tab on the microswitch found near the bottom of the inner wall. Press in with your finger and feel for a click. The tab may be missing and may need to be re-attached to the switch. If the switch does not click, then it can be a bad switch. The wires could have also jostled from the switch.
  3. Remove water from reservoir and turn upside down a few times. Make sure the magnetic float moves. If it does not, the reservoir needs to be cleaned. If the float does move, then the float may need to be replaced.
  4. Check wiring inside.

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