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Brew Group is the
heart of all the fully automatic espresso machines. It is
highly imperative to properly clean and maintain it to extract
the finest quality of aromatic and flavorful espresso. The
importance and function of brew group in Jura Capresso
espresso machines is more than any other fully automatic
brands. It's size and location is very different and
inaccessible; it is most complication unlike Saeco, DeLonghi
or Gaggia espresso machines.
Unlike Saeco and DeLonghi
espresso machines, access to Jura brew group is almost
impossible for Jura Capresso owners. Due to it's difficult
access, owners are not able to clean, lubricate and maintain
the brew group. The entire machine needs to be dismantled to
remove the brew group. To lubricate or replace brew head
piston seals, and drainage valve o-rings, the entire brew
group must be taken apart which is a technical nightmare.
Without proper tools and previous experience we do not
recomment anyone to attempt it.
Jura brew group should be
cleaned, santized, and lubricated at least once every six
months. While brewing, the coffee ground spills over the
drainage valve and around the brew group inside the machine.
Over time and without cleaning the brew group, there is a
potential of fungus buildup in and around the drainage valve
located at the bottom of the brew group. See the link below
for more information.
YouTube video on Jura Brew
Group maintenance: PartsGuruUSA
Youtube video on Opening Jura J series machine
and removing the Jura J series Brew Group: Open Jura J9
Youtube video on Opening Jura C, E, and
F series machine and removing the Jura Brew Group:
Open Jura C, E, F