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はじめに

The machine in question is from Magimix. The other available version (Krups) is very similar and this guide should be applicable to those.

First of all consider your machine’s warranty (usually 2 years), after (partial) disassembly you’re not eligible for warranty anymore.

Unplug the machine and find a workplace that you’re not afraid to scratch, which I found out the hard way.

  1. Remove all water from the system. (From the Nespresso manual.) image 2: exploded view of the machine. Source: buyspares.com
    • Remove all water from the system. (From the Nespresso manual.)

    • image 2: exploded view of the machine. Source: buyspares.com

  2. Pull straight forward with a fair amount of force. Once you hear a click, pull the part straight down. This should go easilly.
    • Pull straight forward with a fair amount of force.

    • Once you hear a click, pull the part straight down. This should go easilly.

  3. Use a T20 torx bit (star-shaped). A screwdriver that fits should work fine. Use a T20 torx bit (star-shaped). A screwdriver that fits should work fine.
    • Use a T20 torx bit (star-shaped). A screwdriver that fits should work fine.

  4. Close the cup-holder firmly. Photo's 2 and 3, push the screwdriver in and wiggle a bit to undo the clips. There's a total of 4 clips. Photo's 2 and 3, push the screwdriver in and wiggle a bit to undo the clips. There's a total of 4 clips.
    • Close the cup-holder firmly.

    • Photo's 2 and 3, push the screwdriver in and wiggle a bit to undo the clips. There's a total of 4 clips.

  5. Make  sure the notch lines up. Pull the cover away. Once there's a little room, move your fingers up  a bit and pull on the sides. Pull the cover away. Once there's a little room, move your fingers up  a bit and pull on the sides.
    • Make sure the notch lines up.

    • Pull the cover away. Once there's a little room, move your fingers up a bit and pull on the sides.

  6. Repeat on the other side Repeat on the other side
    • Repeat on the other side

  7. Insert wisdom here.
    • Insert wisdom here.

  8. Unplug the device first! Remove ground, live and neutral wires. Remove the whole wire from its slot. Remove the whole wire from its slot.
    • Unplug the device first! Remove ground, live and neutral wires.

    • Remove the whole wire from its slot.

  9. Unclip the clips using a thin screwdriver
    • Unclip the clips using a thin screwdriver

  10. Pry loose on these four spots and remove. Pry loose on these four spots and remove. Pry loose on these four spots and remove.
    • Pry loose on these four spots and remove.

    When your machine is leaking, this is the right moment to diagnose it once this step is done. I suspect most pressure is on the parts when using a new cup. Screw back the lever to insert a new cup. Reconnect the power cord and put the water tank seat back on so the water container can be used.

    When putting the machine back together this point is obviously also the right time to test if everything is working (again) as expected.

    Ferry de Boer - 返信

  11. Photo 1: Using leverage, pull up. Photo 2: unclip the two clips on the inside of the cover. Photo 3: turn over and lift the cover off.
    • Photo 1: Using leverage, pull up.

    • Photo 2: unclip the two clips on the inside of the cover.

    • Photo 3: turn over and lift the cover off.

  12. Push on the assembly, front to back, to free up the lever seats. Then pull them out. Push on the assembly, front to back, to free up the lever seats. Then pull them out.
    • Push on the assembly, front to back, to free up the lever seats. Then pull them out.

  13. The top part can be removed by having the metal pins follow the slots in an L shape.
    • The top part can be removed by having the metal pins follow the slots in an L shape.

  14. Pry open both clips on one side of the spout, then both on the other side. Pry open both clips on one side of the spout, then both on the other side. Pry open both clips on one side of the spout, then both on the other side.
    • Pry open both clips on one side of the spout, then both on the other side.

  15. Mark one of the black leads for proper reinstallation. Remove the yellow and brown wire. And the white connector.
    • Mark one of the black leads for proper reinstallation.

    • Remove the yellow and brown wire.

    • And the white connector.

    When putting the machine back together make sure the spring on the bottom of the pump is propely back in the seating. If not the machine will resonate like crazy.

    Ferry de Boer - 返信

  16. Wiggle loose the last bit of black plastic. Pry off the white and black water lines. Pry off the white and black water lines.
    • Wiggle loose the last bit of black plastic.

    • Pry off the white and black water lines.

  17. These clips are tricky to remove. Photo 1: Pull open and down one of the ends. Photo 2: with a small/tiny screwdriver puch the wire down as far as you're able to and hold firmly with your finger.
    • These clips are tricky to remove.

    • Photo 1: Pull open and down one of the ends.

    • Photo 2: with a small/tiny screwdriver puch the wire down as far as you're able to and hold firmly with your finger.

    • Photo 3: While holding the latter firmly, open up and move down the other part of the wire. This might require a few tries.

  18. Photo 1 and 2, note the tapered edges, these hold the wire clip in place. Reinstallation is simple, just push the on again. This was as far as I was able to go. In my case the part shown on the right in photo 3 was leaking in between the metal and plastic. Sadly it couldn't be disassembled any further. This was as far as I was able to go. In my case the part shown on the right in photo 3 was leaking in between the metal and plastic. Sadly it couldn't be disassembled any further.
    • Photo 1 and 2, note the tapered edges, these hold the wire clip in place. Reinstallation is simple, just push the on again.

    • This was as far as I was able to go. In my case the part shown on the right in photo 3 was leaking in between the metal and plastic. Sadly it couldn't be disassembled any further.

    Van you mark the spot where it was leaking?

    Marcel Veldhuizen - 返信

    I noticed the water in between the plastic and metal part. Only later I was able to take the heater apart with force, the leak was inside, in de middle.

    The black part twists a bit to one side that way you can get it off. Needs quite some force, though!

    Léon Witteman - 返信

    I have a leak at exactly the same spot. How do you fix this? I first thought it was the small o-ring, but I think it's where the heating pipe exits the heater…

    Steven Verbrugge -

    I had the same issue and by rotating the plastic part this can be removed from the boiler housing. Inside there is a small o-ring which in my case was worn. Now need to find replacement ring…

    Jeroen van Ruitenbeek - 返信

    Hey Jeroen, I had the same leakage problem, and want to replace the o ring! did you manage to find out which o ring you need? I suspect it is this one, but not sure: https://www.partsnl.nl/ms-0019105-krups-...

    arno_holtrop -

    Also got it off, using a screw driver on on side to rotate to the side where there is visibly space to move to. Inside tough, I couldn't find anything, also not that o - ring! Tomorrow I'll take another look I guess. I was wondering if any of you managed to fix the leakage problem in the end, as it seems I have the same problem (magimix m105)

    arno_holtrop - 返信

    Hi, I had the same problem and arrived to the same step, but I couldn't remove the plastic part from the metal part. In fact I broke a bit the plastic part when forcing it.

    I would also like to know if anyone finally fixed it.

    Thanks!

    Javier Cebollada - 返信

    Hi, I am close, just ordered a new o ring and will try to assemble tonight or tomorrow, I could show you a little video how to do it if you give me your email, I don't know how to post it here.

    arno_holtrop -

  19. Assembly  is the reverse of disassembly. The next steps are some points of note. Photo 1: reverse of step 11: The easiest way to reassemble the side is to lay it flat and lower the inner body onto the side. Photo 2: reverse of step 11: Make sure the black line goes over the white one.
    • Assembly is the reverse of disassembly. The next steps are some points of note.

    • Photo 1: reverse of step 11: The easiest way to reassemble the side is to lay it flat and lower the inner body onto the side.

    • Photo 2: reverse of step 11: Make sure the black line goes over the white one.

    • Fit the rubber collar back over the pump.

    Also photo 2: make sure the spring is pushing against the plastic flange, and not going through it as pictured. The machine will be very noisy otherwise.

    Andrea A - 返信

  20. Photo 1: Don't forget this cover. Photo 2: reverse of step 10: make sure the clips line up with the slots.
    • Photo 1: Don't forget this cover.

    • Photo 2: reverse of step 10: make sure the clips line up with the slots.

    This machine seems to be identical to the Krupps model XN1001. Your instructions were very helpful with the reassembly.

    Repair Café Venlo-Zuid - 返信

終わりに

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order, please take note of steps 19 and 20.

18 の人々がこのガイドを完成させました。

Léon Witteman

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I wanted to diagnose a leak so I took it apart to about step 10, set the water tank in place, plugged it in, and started a cycle. The heater got hot (the large metal assembly at the top) and when the pump came water gushed out of the joint with the tricky spring clip, the rear one that connects to the metal pipe leading into the heater.

I disassembled the clip (unplugged first and let it cool off) and found that the O-ring inside the joint was split. Now to find a replacement.

Darin Fitzpatrick - 返信

Hi Leon, thanks for taking the time to make this guide.

I followed to step 11. Then I noticed the boiler had lots of white limescale streaks on it, indicating a leak. I think this is the part you diagnosed as leaking for you. I’ve decided to give up unfortunately.

Cheers John

John Moule - 返信

There's another stage you can go! The plastic moulding the pod fits into can be removed from the boiler casting. You need to rotate the moulding about 15° clockwise on the boiler using a bit of leverage between the trunions and the moulding both sides. It's rather stiff but once turned it releases a sort of bayonet fitting retaining the moulding to the boiler.

Inside there's another ‘O' ring, that can be suspect for a leak, and a plastic sleeve behind it.

Steven Wilkes - 返信

Thank you! Great addition.

Léon Witteman -

This is a nice guide for a machine that I found to be a nightmare to work on - mainly due to the (all too common) practice of using snap-together plastic components, rather than screws. After the plastic has aged for a few years it inevitably becomes brittle and the clips often break during disassembly. My machine was a Krups Nissia XN100 model what was just on five years old. While there were some differences in the design, your guide was very useful - particularly so because your photos are clear and detailed. I found a leak at the “front” of the heater at the join to the black plastic moulding that forms part of the heater assembly. In an earlier comment, I saw that it’s possible to separate the plastic moulding from the heater so that the O-ring seal can be replaced. Despite applying quite a lot of force, I couldn’t get mine apart :-( I’ve since found that I can buy a new machine for less than three times the cost of a new heater assembly, so I decided to abandon the repair.

midahed - 返信

Can someone tell me if there is a small circuit-board battery in there that one can remove/replace to reset the machine?

Andrew van der Merwe - 返信

Thanks for this excellent guide. I am nearly there, a utube video suggests it is an o ring. Just need to get the second inner side off now and I should be there! I suspect I will need glue/gaffer tape to re-assemble, I heard a lot of clips breaking to get to this stage…..

Geoff Hayday - 返信

Great helpful guide! My heater assembly was leaking. Ordered a new one on partmaster.co.uk which was half the price of one on a Dutch website. For certainty I also replaced the high pressure connector and o-rings.

Ferry de Boer - 返信

I also had a leak between the metal and plastic part of the heater assembly. This was due to a worn o-ring. I could get the plastic part removed by rotating and applying a bit of force. I replaced the o-ring with a new MS-0071881 but still it was leaking. I assumed due to little pressure reamaining. I added a second o-ring on the other side of the small plastic pipe inside the boiler, this added just some extra pressure on the new sealing ring to make it seal.

Jeroen van Ruitenbeek - 返信

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