Help Izzo Alex Duetto temperature sensor (probe) size

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sun224

#1: Post by sun224 »

Hi all

I ask questions in Korea

The temperature sensor of my coffee machine broke a few days ago.

I want to replace it with an izzo part, but I can't buy it.

I have to replace it with a part in Korea.

Tell me the sensor size 3/8 or 1/4 inch

Sorry google translate

nahau

#2: Post by nahau »

Might help to know which temp sensor you're referring to. Got a picture? Please post one.

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#3: Post by sun224 (original poster) »


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#5: Post by emradguy »

I understand you're in Korea, so you don't want to order from the US, but this link has a photo of the probe. Sadly (for you), I just discarded an old defective probe and can't measure it, but I recall it being kind of fat, so I would say I'm pretty sure it's 3/8".

Are you seeing A2 error on your PID?

Link to replacement at Chris':
https://www.chriscoffee.com/products/iz ... ture-probe

nahau

#6: Post by nahau »

You might also try shopping in the UK for the part. Many vendors will ship via DHL so you might inquire with the vendor via email.

Here's a part at Bella Barista...

https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/el-237-i ... probe.html

sun224 (original poster)

#7: Post by sun224 (original poster) »

No code A2

real temperature 70C
PID temperature 110C


Thank you so much for the answer

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#8: Post by emradguy »

Why don't you try pulling the probe and cleaning it then? You can use a heavy duty nylon scrub pad (such as the green scotchbrite one) or some 600 grit sandpaper...or even a dremel tool with a polishing pad and fine abrasive.

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BaristaBoy E61

#9: Post by BaristaBoy E61 »

I believe the part that you've identified is not a temperature probe at all but a threaded screw that has 2-nuts and is threaded into the Brew Boiler heating element and is attached to the bottom boiler cover plate of the Izzo Alex Duetto IV espresso machine.
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BaristaBoy E61

#10: Post by BaristaBoy E61 »

Furthermore, it looks like pt # FE863 Threaded Rod M4
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