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  1. This guide is about taking apart this coffee maker. In my case the water flow stopped after running dry and a refill. After opening it up, water flow miraculously started to work again. Taking it apart is fun, but not needed. You can just wait 30 min, and it will work again. (Maybe some thermal fuse is reset then).
    • This guide is about taking apart this coffee maker. In my case the water flow stopped after running dry and a refill. After opening it up, water flow miraculously started to work again.

    • Taking it apart is fun, but not needed. You can just wait 30 min, and it will work again. (Maybe some thermal fuse is reset then).

  2. The machine mainly hangs together with plastic clips. There are 5 screws: 1. Right under the powercable guide on the bottom. 2+3 Under the Lavazza brand plates on either side.
    • The machine mainly hangs together with plastic clips. There are 5 screws:

    • 1. Right under the powercable guide on the bottom.

    • 2+3 Under the Lavazza brand plates on either side.

    • 4+5 On the handle, under the plastic cover caps.

  3. Top picture: valve and water pump below that.
    • Top picture: valve and water pump below that.

  4. Heating element PCB  has useful labels .
    • Heating element

    • PCB has useful labels .

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Mark

Member since: 09/05/2018

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Hi does anyone knows where is the thermoblock and if its easy to buy one on Modo Mio LM7000S-U (95007437700), Sometimes all lights flashing. I have to turn machine off and on again and if I am lucky it will work. AEG asked for £165 to repair it. Well I can buy a new one with thar money.

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