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Jura Impressa J5, J6, J9 Parts Diagrams and DIY Repair Guides
Jura Impressa J5, J6, J9, J9.3, J9.4 Parts Diagrams, DIY Repair Guides, and Video Tutorials.
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 J5, J6, J9 Parts Diagrams
Click the link below to view exploded parts breakdown for parts identification and help fix the Jura machine.
Jura Impressa J5, J6, J9, J9.3 Illustrated DIY Repair Guides and Instructions
- Brew Group Refurbishing and Rebuilding Instructions to Fix ERROR 8,
- Conical Grinder Burrs Replacement to Fix FILL BEANS Error.
Jura Impressa J5, J6, J9, J9.3 DIY Repair Video Tutorials
- Video Tutorial for opening the Jura Impressa J5, J6, J9 espresso machines,
- Exploded parts diagrams: J5, J6, J9.3
- Jura brew group repair and rebuild instructions/video tutorial,
- Jura grinder burr replacement instructions/video tutorial.
Jura J5, J6, J9, J9.3 Error Codes-Messages
In the case of malfunction with Jura Impressa J5, J6, J9 machine, one of the listed below error message is displayed on the screen. The machine automatically shuts off after 5 seconds of displaying the error.
ERROR 1: Temperature sensor is not working. Replace the temperature sensor.
ERROR 2: Temperature sensor is not working. Replace the temperature sensor.
ERROR 5: Machine won't heat up. Place the machine in a room temperature for a day or so and try again.
ERROR 6: Ceramic valve (aka multiway valve) has malfunctioned. The motor in the ceramic valve is not functioning.
ERROR 8: Brew group has malfunctioned. Replace the brew group piston O-Rings. Replace the brew group if necessary.
Frequently Replaced Jura Impressa J5, J6, J9, J9.3 PartsMembrane 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.
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.
Grinder Assembly: Grinder gets easily clogged if oily coffee beans are used. Please use medium roast coffee beans in super automatic espresso machine to extend the life of the grinder. Replace the grinder conical burrs every 3,000 cups of coffee's made to enjoy the freshly ground and deliciously brewed coffee with thick golden crema.
Temperature Sensor: Also known as thermal sensor. It is mounted onto the boiler and secured with a torx screw. It measures the thermoblock temperature. The single sensor is used to measure hot water and steam temperature. Therefore, it malfunctions quickly. Error 1 and Error 2 is displayed in J models when the temperature sensor malfunctions. Replace the thermal sensor to fix the issue.
- 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