20 Most Recent Krups XP2070 10 cup Coffee Maker/15 bar Pump Espresso Questions & Answers

It is clear that there is a problem with water supply. Check if pump works, if it does, there is blockage in water supply to pump. Check and clean.

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on Aug 07, 2017

Sounds like the power supply to the board you mention is struggling, does it read anything intelligable?

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on Jul 25, 2017

You can get replacement parts here
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Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on Mar 16, 2016

Do you have power to the control module? Can you set the time or is the display completely dead? Mine was completely dead and I replaced the power module and the display/control module.

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on Nov 05, 2015

I used a vinegar solution to clean the deposits. Usually you get a failure of the flow sensor but in those cases you will get flow for a 3-5 seconds and then it will stop.

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on Sep 16, 2014

I had to replace the two brown plastic valves but you should check to make sure that the electro valve is actually working. 6c48f995-bdbc-4e85-ab4d-982d0b6311c5.jpg

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on May 22, 2014

Does it produce steam? Does it start making Espresso and then stops after just a few seconds? In this last case you have a faulty flow sensor. I replaced mine but it only worked for a few weeks before failing again. If you are not getting any flow at all it could be that your coffee holder is blocked which can be fixed by cleaning. It could also be that the valves that control the flow are faulty. I replaced mine to make it work again. I gave up on the unit after many repairs and gave it away!

Good luck!

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on May 07, 2014

The frother usually has a rubber tip. The rubber tip normally has an additional pipe right next to the frother. The pipe's black plastic tip has a very small hole in it. This can get clogged and the frother will not work. Take a pin/needle and unclog this very small hole. The pipe itself can be plugged with milk residue and will need cleaning.

If you take the strainer cup and hold it up to a light, you can see if all the holes are open. If not, this will slow down the brewing process and create a LOT of back pressure which can force the water to flow out through the sides above the strainer cup. Take a needle and open each hole of the strainer cup.

When grinding your own beans, try not to process the coffee too fine or it starts to fit into the holes of the strainer cup. This can also slow down the brewing process. If you grind a batch too fine, you can sometimes get a way with mixing it with a batch of coarse or under-ground beans.

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on Apr 29, 2014

1800Parts.com has the schematic and we have all the parts too. We are open to answer any questions that you might have as well. It could be a problem with the board or power supply.

Krups XP2070 10... | Answered on Feb 19, 2013

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