Regular cleaning and maintenance keep the machine in perfect condition and ensure perfect coffee flavor, a constant coffee flow and an excellent milk froth. Please refer to the table below to know when and how to clean the removable parts of the machine.
|Part Description||When to Clean||How to Clean|
|Classic Pannarello||After Use||Remove the classic pannarello and rinse it under running water.|
Disassemble the classic pannarello and the rubber handle. Clean them under running water.
|Steam Wand||After Use||Clean the steam wand with a damp cloth. To clean it more thoroughly, you can unscrew the nozzle and wash it with running water.|
Remove the brew group and clean it under running water.
|Depending on Usage||See this machine's "How to Clean and Lubricate the Brew Group" article.|
|Monthly||Clean the brew group with the Gaggia coffee oil remover to remove any oily coffee residue.|
|Drip Tray Full||When the red mark appears from the drip tray grid||Empty the drip tray and clean it under running water.|
|Coffee Pucks Container||Whenever the machine requires it||Empty the coffee pucks container and clean it under running water. Ensure that the machine is switched on during this procedure, otherwise the
coffee pucks container will not reset.
|Water Tank||Weekly||Clean it under running water.|
|Pre-ground Coffee Compartment/Coffee Outlet Duct||Weekly||
Clean the upper part using the handle of a spoon, as shown below.
|Espresso Tray||Depending on Usage||
Remove the espresso tray and clean it with running water. You can also dishwash it in the upper tray.