Instructions for Jura Classic 110 (Starbucks Barista / Estro Rio Profi)

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Postby gronwald » Feb 17, 2007, 10:00 pm

Hello from frankfort am main, germany. I'm mike, german national, live and work from germany with the rest of the world, occasionally...
and about at my wits end with a Jura Classic 110, or saeco Rio profi, which I managed to pick up "as is", more or less complete, without documentation, and missing the chrome thing you put the cups on (but I think I'll make something) I've heard that its identical to the Starbucks Barista.
Having already successfully gotten on with repairing a Quick mill 5000A by common sense and trial&error, I'm stuck with this thing....
Does someone have a Manual/ instructions on how to use it, Service sheets, etc? Detailed explosion diagrams can show me if there are parts missing.
-or at least, explain here how to get it running? pic
Thanks in advance for your help, an' all the best, mike


Postby llhenthorn » Feb 17, 2007, 11:56 pm


Perhaps this link can help.

Good luck,



Postby gronwald » Feb 18, 2007, 1:58 am

thanks, larry, but i think i'm at a point to open the thing and check all the switches, etc. when I turn it on, it starts pumping water... cant turn it off. maybe the "brew" switch is dead. but as long as my quick mill brews my espresso, i'm not in a hurry. funnily enough, I noticed a current when touching the machine... time to open it.


Postby gronwald » Feb 18, 2007, 2:20 am


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Postby jesawdy » Feb 18, 2007, 11:48 am

Google up the Estro Rio Profi... same machine. That is similar to all consumer Saeco / Starbuck's Barista machines. The Rio designates that it is a grinder model.

I'm having trouble today, but there are helpful things regarding consumer Saeco machines at I just can't seem to locate them this AM.
Jeff Sawdy

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Postby erics » Feb 18, 2007, 12:32 pm

Good Morning Mike -

When you remove the top, you will see a microswitch attached to the steam knob which has two wires going to it. This switch activates the pump when you open the steam knob for dispensing hot water through the wand. The microswitch has three terminals - common, NO, & NC. Someone has accidently switched the wires around while doing other maintenance/repair tasks.

How do I know this? (Hmm, hmm, hmm)

You need to have the wires connected to common & NO, IIRC.

At least I hope this is the problem - open the steam valve slightly and the pump should stop if it is wired incorrectly.

Eric S.

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Postby jesawdy » Feb 18, 2007, 3:39 pm

Exploded parts diagrams here:
Jeff Sawdy