How To Troubleshoot No Power or Popping of GFCI on an ECM Classika PID

Troubleshoot lack of power or popping GFCI on an ECM Classika PID.

My Machine Has No Power, Pops GFCI

If your ECM Classika PID has no power, won't power on or turn on, or pops the GFCI outlet, review the following to resolve the issue.

Is the machine plugged in to a GFCI outlet?

  • Yes. Try testing another appliance on the same outlet. Does this appliance have power?
    • If Yes, we recommend having the machine serviced by a tech.
      • If you’d like to get into the machine yourself, make sure the machine is off and unplugged. On the bottom of the machine, you will see a metal plate being held in by two 3mm bolts. Remove this plate and you will have access to the element of the machine. Remove the two connectors from the element. At this point plug in the machine and flip the power switch. If the machine turns on, the element is more than likely faulty.
    • Yes. Electrical testing will need to be done to check the power cord of the espresso machine. If the power cord needs to be replaced, we would recommend having the machine professionally repaired.
    • No. The problem is your outlet.
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