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Howard Alan Treesong

#1531: Post by Howard Alan Treesong »









I have the low profile legs and rail from Pantechnicon. I considered the 50mm, but the 25mm appear more in balance.

haulin oats

#1532: Post by haulin oats »

Howard Alan Treesong wrote:image

I have the low profile legs and rail from Pantechnicon. I considered the 50mm, but the 25mm appear more in balance.
That is a GORGEOUS machine!

I have the 25mm legs from Pantechnicon as well. they suite the machine IMO.

fred1968

#1533: Post by fred1968 »

Howard Alan Treesong wrote:image
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I have the low profile legs and rail from Pantechnicon. I considered the 50mm, but the 25mm appear more in balance.


** beautiful machine !! love it

pazanov

#1534: Post by pazanov »

Hey! In researching how to maintain my linea mini, I read how, for dual boiler machines in general, it is important to purge the steam boiler through the hot water spigot to avoid scaling. Since the brew boiler is fed from the steam boiler on the Linea Mini, so I still have to do this?

Epicurus

#1535: Post by Epicurus »

Yes, you should still drain your steam boiler through the hot water spigot every month or two. Minerals will still build up in the steam boiler so its best to flush it every so often. Turn off your Line Mini, then empty the boiler into the drip tray.

malabargold

#1536: Post by malabargold »

Turns out my leak from a few weeks back was a leaky fitting in front of a check value. LM repaired under warranty and all is good now :D