It would be significant given the warm up timeOld man is looking at some of those. Mum worked in a cafe so wanted a commercial machine, besides wanting to one up me. Question is are they stupidly power hungry? I've heard standby power is quite the thing?
I had a couple of EM6910's early on in my coffee journey, make sure you clean out under the grey bit where the float sensor for the water level switch lives. It gets nice and slimy and manky in there after a while. If they've been sitting for a long time unused the water softener resin will also be pretty nasty, you can bust them open and repack them as a 500g bag of ion exchange resin is about the same price as one replacement softener and you will have a supply that will outlast the machine.So I buy two Sunbeam EM6910 machines for parts at $25 each.
Both work and just need group head seals.
Both need a major clean though. Argh. People
A good mate of mine (former colleague) works in a senior position in the mechanical design team there. Can attest to the quality of design going on there, they know what they're about. Have nothing but good words to say about the couple of machines I've owned from them.I've had a few friends with that Breville machine. They were happy with it and Breville tend to have a better reputation than delonghi.
You monster. My grandmother never gave me decaf and I'm fine!!!Thanks dude.
I’ll take you up on your offer for the silicon seal if you can find it.
I’m using Pureau cask water in my machine, so have the filter removed, but thanks for your tip, one of these “parts” machines will be for the kids decaf and I’ll repacking it’s filter.