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01-04-2018, 00:55   #856
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So are we happy with the Adli descaler then instead? Or after that where is good to pick up the genuine stuff?
Look at the ingredients. lactic or citric acid 100% fine.
even white vinegar in 30%:70% ratio to water fine (for 3 times a year use) from what I've used and from internet reports but posters here who haven't used it will have you believe otherwise.
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Descale light is on. I'm following manual instructions to descale. Hold descale button for 5 seconds. Top 3 lights flash and won't stop. I half turn steam knob anyway and wait but nothing. I end up turning steam knob and let descale solution run through that way. What am I doing wrong as descale lift still comes on and I can't get rid of it. Please help me. I'm cracking up. Thanks
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Descale light is on. I'm following manual instructions to descale. Hold descale button for 5 seconds. Top 3 lights flash and won't stop. I half turn steam knob anyway and wait but nothing. I end up turning steam knob and let descale solution run through that way. What am I doing wrong as descale lift still comes on and I can't get rid of it. Please help me. I'm cracking up. Thanks

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15-05-2018, 20:54   #859
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I'm selling mine if anyone's interested. On adverts.ie

I'm Don17 there as for some reason my Don17 profile won't work in boards anymore.
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Back at £220 on De'Longhi website, and £22 off with code THANKS10.
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Not sure if this is allowed, but I have one of these barely used in box. €125 takes it.
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20-06-2018, 21:19   #862
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Not sure if this is allowed, but I have one of these barely used in box. €125 takes it.
Where you based?
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keep me in mind also
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It's gone lads sorry.
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Any tips for using the milk frother?

Haven't really managed to get any good results yet.
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23-06-2018, 18:59   #868
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Any tips for using the milk frother?

Haven't really managed to get any good results yet.
Use full fat milk- semi/low fat milk just doesn't froth the same.
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Any tips for using the milk frother?

Haven't really managed to get any good results yet.
Don't burn it. There's nothing worse than a delicious coffee ruined by burnt milk.... well maybe there are worse things, but just don't do it!
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Don't burn it. There's nothing worse than a delicious coffee ruined by burnt milk.... well maybe there are worse things, but just don't do it!
Probably a stupid question but how would you burn it using the frother?
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