I would imagine that a home owner able to afford such a machine would also be able to pay the electricity for it.Seacoffee wrote:I wonder what the cost of electricity was n the day. I expect homes could not afford a coffee machine on all day. I am suggesting that the machine is turned on and off for use much like I do now with my two switch pavoni Europiccola
Can it be the machine had a continuous bleed valve like the Faemina to regulate boiler pressure (the spring and ball thingy)? If not left on permanently that would be enough if the water level in the boiler would be monitored while being on like with the Faemina.