Jura Impressa C5, C9, C60, C65 Do it Yourself Repair and Tools
Thermoblock, Water Tank, O-Rings, PTFE Tubes, Hoses, Brew Group, Invensys Pump, Membrane Regulator, Dispensing Valve, Oval Head Tool to Remove Oval Head Screws and many more. We repair all Jura espresso machines. When replacement parts are no longer available from the manufacturer, we offer upgrade to a better and reliable super automatic coffee maker.
Exploded Parts Diagrams
Click on the link below to view the comprehensive exploded parts breakdown of your Jura Impressa C Line espresso machine. Parts without position numbers are not sold or available. If you are unable to find the part listed on the website, please email us the part position number so we can find the part for you.
Illustrated DIY Repair Guides and Instructions
- Brew Group Refurbishing and Rebuilding to Fix ERROR 8,
- Removing Coffee Dispensing Faucet Assembly,
- Properly Replacing the Grinder Assembly,
- Replacing Conical Grinder Burrs to Fix FILL BEANS Error.
DIY Repair Video Tutorials
- Open Jura C5, C9, C60 Espresso Machines,
- Brew Group Rebuild and Refurbish to Fix ERROR 8,
- Leaking or Rusted Membrane Regulator Replacement,
- Conical Grinder Burr Replacement to Fix FILL BEANS Error
List of Frequently Replaced Jura Parts
The internal components for C5, C9, C60 are identical. The old thermoblock uses PTFE tube connections that causes leakage and shows FILL SYSTEM error. The replacement/upgraded thermoblock is available. It comes with reinforced silicone hose compared to the PTFE tube that tends to leak more often.
Steam Solenoid Valve in Jura C9:
C9 model uses a solenoid valve to control the steam flow. The weak steam output is caused by the leaking steam solenoid valve. In some cases, the steam is not directed to the steam wand. That is due to blocked solenoid valve. Either the metal shaft/plunger inside the valve is corroded or the coil does not activate. The leaking solenoid valve could also cause FILL SYSTEM error in Jura C9.
Frequently Replaced Jura Parts:
Membrane Regulator: Also known as pressure regulator. It controls the flow of water from pump to thermoblock. This part leaks due to calcium build up in the hydraulic system. Calcium build up is caused by lack of descaling. Descaling is the single most important maintenance for all espresso machines. You should descale the machine every 3 or 6 months regularly when prompted. Stop using the expensive and useless Clearyl water filters. Clearyl filter does not remove calcium from water. Using Clearyl filter is like throwing money away down the drain.
Common causes of faulty membrane regulator include:
- FILL SYSTEM error
- Noisy and loud pump sound
- Corroded, rusty and leaking membrane regulator
Dispensing Valve: Also known as check valve or pressure valve. Located between the thermoblock and the brew group. It ensures the hot water with minimum 9 bar pressure is supplied to the brew group for brewing espresso.
In case of failure, the dispensing valve leaks and squirts hot water out the small hose on the black cap.
F-Shaped Connector: Connects to the thermoblock outlet. Supplies how water to the brew group for coffee or hot water. O-rings used to seal the PTFE tube connections can wear out due to scale build up, so the F connector starts to leak. It could also cause FILL SYSTEM error.
Brew Group Repair Kit: Used for rebuilding the brew group to fix Error 8. 80% of the times, brew group is the cause of malfunction in all Jura espresso machines. The Jura brew group repair kit includes brew group piston gaskets, and drainage valve o-rings.
Pump: Invensys CP3A pump is used with a klixon. The klixon functions as a protection to prevent the pump from over heating when in use for a long time.
Pump can make noisy and loud sound due to the scale build up. Pump could also be air locked due to longer than usual lack of use. In such case, prime the machine to force feed water to the pump.
Brew Group: The brew group is a commonly replaced item. The error 8 in Jura machines is related to the brew group malfunction. The video to replace the brew group is posted on our YouTube channel.
Grinder Conical Burrs: The conical stainless steel grinder burrs inside the grinder assembly are responsible for grinding the whole coffee beans into a fresh uniformly ground coffee.
The grinder burr teeth should be sharp so they can effectively grind the coffee. Blunt or worn out conical grinder burrs fail to produce enough coffee and produce weak and watery coffee. The used coffee ground puck in the waste bin is also broken or muddy looking. Eventually, the machine displays FILL BEANS error message. This indicates the grinder burr are worn out and should be replaced. Grinder burrs should be replaced every 3,000 cups of coffee made to ensure the best tasting and flavorful coffee.
JURA Capresso Repair and Service
At Services Unlimited Inc./Parts Guru, we specialize in servicing and repairing the JURA Impressa super automatic espresso and coffee machines. The repair turn around is within 2-3 weeks as we carry almost all parts in stock. In the event, it takes longer than 2 weeks to repair, we offer a loaner machine with similar features, as long as owner pays for the inbound and outbound shipping.
Depending on the JURA model, we charge a flat labor rate ranging from $250 to $400 for repairing the JURA Impressa coffee machines. Spare parts needed to fix the machine, and return shipping will be added to the flat labor rate.
The flat labor rate includes the following services:
- Brew group tear down, cleaning, and sanitizing,
- Replace the brew group gaskets and lubricating the o-rings,
- Properly de-calcifying the machine
- Clean out the coffee grinding chamber
JURA Impressa Repair/Clean Up/Tune Up Services
Each JURA espresso machine is thoroughly inspected for all malfunctions and leakages. The seals and o-rings are replaced where necessary. The brew group is refurbished and lubricated. Multiple cycles of descaling process is completed to ensure that machine’s hydraulic system is cleared of calcium sediments, to the best of our ability.
Repair Turnaround Time and Estimation Fee:
Machines are serviced in the order that they are received. Please allow 2-3 weeks to repair your machine from the time of receipt. You will be called with a repair estimate for approval. If the repairs are delayed due to the part that is out of stock, we will call you to keep you apprised of the reason for delay. In the case your machine needs an expensive part such as electronic power board or CPU, we will call you with the prohibitive cost of the part and request your approval for additional cost to proceed with the repair. Should you decide not to replace the expensive part, we can offer you the Trade-In option for one of the better Brands/Model of fully automatic machines that we sell and recommend.
We sell reliable and best in class fully automatic espresso machine that are exclusively imported from Italy. CLICK HERE to view the best in class espresso machines that we sell. Should you decide to not proceed with the Trade-In option, you will be billed $95.00 as the cost for diagnosis plus return shipping charge. Please note, we must receive your approval of repair costs in 30 days after its given to you. Machines left for over 30 days, will be considered abandoned.
Repairs Payment Method:
Once your JURA espresso machine is repaired, our customer service team member will call you with the final repair cost for collecting the payment.
The cost of repair can be paid by MasterCard/Visa/Discover (We do not accept American Express). You may also send payment to our PayPal account (firstname.lastname@example.org).
JURA Espresso Machine Packaging Instructions
2. Tape all seams of the bottom of the box: 3 pieces of tape sealing the center; 1 piece of tape across the top of each side seam; 1 piece of tape along the edge of each side seam.
3. Place a layer of packing peanuts on the bottom of the box.
4. Place a layer of bubble wrap over top the packing peanuts at the bottom of the box.
5. Wrap the entire machine with bubble wrap. Removing the drip tray and wrapping it separately may make this part easier.
6. Place machine in the center of the box, making sure it is not contacting any of the box walls.
7. "Make a box, inside the box": Roll up bubble wrap into "pillars." Place these "pillars" upright on all 4 corners of the box. This will help stabilize the machine in the center of the box.
8. Use "filler" (i.e. packing peanuts) to further stabilize the machine in the center of the box. Stuff the packing peanuts down in between the machine and box walls to create a buffer zone.
9. Tape all seams of the bottom of the box: 3 pieces of tape sealing the center; 1 piece of tape across the top of each side seam; 1 piece of tape along the edge of each side seam.
JURA Capresso Repair Form
When shipping your JURA espresso machine for repairs, please download the repair form below. The repair form is in a PDF format that can be electronically filled out. Please fill out the form, print it out, and place it right on top of the machine inside the box so it can be easily spotted by the technician upon opening the box. Please be as descriptive as possible in describing the malfunctions you are experiencing with your JURA espresso maker. Please email the repair form to our email email@example.com in addition to placing it inside the box.
- Brew Group
- Cleaners & Filters
- Coffee Beans
- Coffee Dispensing Spouts
- Drip Tray-Cup Grill-Grounds Box
- Espresso Machines
- Expobar Parts
- Frothers & Milk Hoses
- O-Rings & Gaskets
- Oval Tool-Screws-Clips
- PTFE Tubes & Hoses
- Thermoblock & Sensors
- Water Tank