- Jura Impressa Z5, Z6, Z7, Z9 Parts Diagrams and DIY Repair Guides
Jura Impressa Z5, Z6, Z7, Z9 Parts Diagrams and DIY Repair Guides
Parts Diagram, DIY Repair Guides, and Video Tutorial for Opening the Jura Impressa Z5, Z6, Z7, and Z9.
On this page you will find the following information for the aforementioned Jura Impressa Z-series espresso machines.
- Video tutorial for opening the Jura Impressa Z-series espresso machines,
- Jura brew group repair and rebuild instructions/video tutorial,
- Jura grinder burr replacement instructions/video tutorial.
The internal components for Z5, Z6, Z7, and Z9 are identical. All Z-models feature independent steam and hot water thermoblock for instant heating.
Frequently Replaced 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 T-Shaped: Also known as check valve or pressure valve. Location between the thermoblock and the membrane regulator.
Multiway Valve: Directs water and steam from thermoblock's.
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.
Thermoblock Anodizer: Gets clogged due to lack descaling and calcium build up. Machine starts to leak water from the side opposite the water tank.
JURA Impressa Z Line Repairs
We repair JURA Impressa Z Line (Z5, Z6, Z7, and Z9) super automatic espresso and coffee machines. We charge a flat labor rate of $300 to fix the JURA Z line machines.
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
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- 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