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[Solved] DeLonghi Magnifica S ECAM 22.1 - FAILURE indicator and blinking green indicators

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  • #1
    p_iwaniuk
    Level 10  
    Hi, I have a problem with DeLonghi Magnifica S ECAM 22.110 B.



    I lubricated the brewing unit, cleaned it from coffee deposits and put it in the recess of the block. The machine started the AUTOTEST and stopped the brewing unit in the upper position. My fault because I didn't tighten the upper microswitch too much and the device showed an error. I corrected this switch and checked the top and bottom. All OK.

    The red exclamation mark in the triangle lights up and the light at the espresso button and double coffee are blinking, when the machine is turned off the machine does not perform any self-test as it should.
    The question is, is there any reset of the coffee machine that could be used, or maybe at the moment when this upper end did not catch at the right moment something could have overheated or burned out?
    I also thought the brewing unit was wrong, but I checked it by turning the entire range of movement of the brewing block by the engine pulley and it is also ok.

    Do you have any ideas?
  • #2
    Krzysztof Druļ
    Level 21  
    Have you looked at YouTube?
  • #3
    p_iwaniuk
    Level 10  
    I would like :) . Unfortunately, I have a triangle with an exclamation mark and two lights on immediately after starting the machine. When the machine is started, it does not position the brewing unit.
  • #4
    Krzysztof Druļ
    Level 21  
    There was no crackling, maybe something cracked or changed.
  • #5
    p_iwaniuk
    Level 10  
    Well, you could just hear the brewer's work after lubrication, but I immediately turned it off. I undressed, once again nothing broke. Everything is all right. Then I manually turned the whole brewer's working range by hand, nothing happened. I wonder if there is any protection against drive overload. And whether it is one-time or you can somehow do a reset.
  • #6
    Krzysztof Druļ
    Level 21  
    I've never reached that far so I can't really say anything about it.
    Maybe the limit switch was switched off too shortly?
  • #7
    p_iwaniuk
    Level 10  
    So yeah I fiddled with the buttons and I was able to start the brewing unit with the button. It started, but with the selftest again it did not close the brewing unit in the work position. So I got something somewhere, but there is actually a combination of buttons that you use to test the device.
  • Helpful post
    #8
    Krzysztof Druļ
    Level 21  
    I gave you a hint :D
    I would go back to what the seals were lubricated with.
    Because the piston was pulled out.
  • #9
    p_iwaniuk
    Level 10  
    Krzysztof,
    With espresso machines, you are sure of everything but it doesn't work. I sat by this machine until 2am. I have my first DeLonghi workshop. The matter looks like I put it all together, that I set up a new upper limit switch. So when I tightened the screw of this end switch, it immediately closed the circuit. I have to move it so that the contact point falls into such a hole from the upper piston.
    For the future, if you need a reset, you have to turn off the top two buttons, POWER and PARA, and turn on the machine with the switch. pote, turn it on and it will play.
    Thanks, sometimes you need someone to drop off and motivate ;)
    Regards
  • #10
    p_iwaniuk
    Level 10  
    During the SELFTEST, the brewing unit went up fully, but after reaching the brewing position, did not stop pressing.
    The upper brewing microswitch is installed incorrectly.