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Jura Impressa F7, F8, F9, F50 Parts Diagrams and DIY Repair Guides
Replacement Parts for Jura Impressa F7, F8, F9, F50, F60.
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.
Jura Impressa Parts Diagrams for the following models
Jura Impressa F7, F8, F9, F50, F60 Illustrated DIY Repair Guides and Instructions
- Brew Group Refurbishing and Rebuild to Fix ERROR 8,
- Removing Coffee Dispensing Faucet Assembly,
- Properly Replacing Grinder Assembly,
- Conical Grinder Burrs Replacement to Fix FILL BEANS Error.
Jura Impressa F7, F8, F9, F50, F60 DIY Repair Video Tutorials
- Open Jura F7, F8, F9, F50, F60 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
The internal components for F7, F8 are identical. In older F models, the boiler/thermoblock has threaded inlet and outlet. The old thermoblock is not available. 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 F9:
F9 model uses a solenoid valve to control the steam flow. It uses a special shaped PTFE tube for connection. The weak steam output is caused by the leaking steam solenoid valve. The elbow connector for steam solenoid valve outlet is sold separately.
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.
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.
F-Shaped Connector: Connects to the thermoblock outlet. Supplies how water to the brew group for coffee or hot water.
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.
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.
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.
- 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