Learn what to do if the OPV in a Profitec Pro 700 is leaking or water is running out of it.
If the OPV in your Profitec Pro 700 is leaking or water is running out of it, the guide below can help you determine the cause of the leak and how to correct it.
- If the machine is fully heated and still leaking consistently or water is just pouring out of it. Lift the brew lever up and down and listen for a “click” from the intake solenoid. If the solenoid is clicking, removal and cleaning of the intake solenoid is necessary. Definitely do this if the water dripping out becomes steam, and steam is pouring out of the drain.
- With no portafilter in place, lift lever. If no flow out of the group head is present and water is flowing from the drain, remove the top of the group head and inspect the jet for a blockage.
- If water is just running through out of the discharge and the pump is constantly running. A blockage may be present on the intake line into the boiler, this can be removed and inspected, or the machine will need to be sent in for repair/hydraulic system descale.
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- The Pro 700 has a line that goes from the top of the vacuum breaker into a plastic T-connector that attaches to the front discharge of the machine. If steam is pouring out of the discharge, it is likely due to a sticking vacuum breaker that will not seal so it is constantly venting steam out of the discharge. The vacuum breaker should be taken apart and cleaned/lubricated. If this does not work then it should be replaced.