Buy these tools. This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Nespresso CitiZ, use our service manual. The CitiZ is a compact coffee-making gizmo.
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Buy these tools. This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Nespresso CitiZ, use our service manual. The CitiZ is a compact coffee-making gizmo. Opening it requires a proprietary tool that Nespresso doesn't sell. You can get into it with a pair of needle-nose pliers. The pliers I used aren't ideal — you want something that can get into the recessed slots.
There are six ovoid screws on the bottom case. The screws look like rivets, but they are actually oval. If you can't get pliers to work, other people have had success using superglue, melting a BIC pen into the shape of the screw , or machining a custom bit. Now that the screws are removed, use a screwdriver or a spudger to pry the tabs holding the bottom case on. The easiest place to get in is the power plug. Be careful not to nick it. And make sure you're unplugged from the wall! The plastic strain relief bracket on the power cable is challenging to remove.
Insert a small flathead screwdriver into the small slot on one side to disengage the tab. Grab one side firmly with your pliers and pull on the other side of the connector with your fingers. Do not pull on the cable, because you can pull it free from the spade connector. Thread the remaining tubes and wires through the bottom case to free it from the main unit. This part, which measures water flow, is referred to as a 'debimetre' in Nespresso's part lists.
It is part The pump feed tube uses a clever retaining clip. Remove this clip with your pliers. It does not require much force. Disconnect the power cable from the spade connector on the side of the water pump. Remove the side panel from the other side of the unit.
The tab positions are similar to the first side panel. Remove the top case. Be careful, the button cables are captive to the case. Disentangle the cables and set the top next to the frame. You will not be able to completely remove the top case until the circuit board is removed. The button cables do not disconnect from the main circuit board.
Power cables, from left to right: heat white , neutral blue , pump dark grey , pump ground? Slide the water pump out.
The rubber vibration isolator doubles as a mounting bracket that neatly slides out from the plastic frame. Remove the rather over-engineered silicon mounting bracket holding the coffee feed line in place.
Free the latch on the right side of the circuit board and then carefully lever it out. Don't use too much force on the plastic bracket on top of the circuit board because there are two vulnerable capacitors on the rear left side of the board. A tool or a bit for those oval-head screws can often be bought at suppliers for coffee automates e. Fix Your Stuff. Nespresso CitiZ Teardown. Tools Featured in this Teardown Buy these tools.
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In order to extend the life of your coffee brewer and reach the most optimal taste and quality, we recommend that you descale your machine once every second month. All coffee machines have their own unique capabilities, functions and design, which means the descaling process, can vary from model to model. Which is why we have chosen to focus on those currently widespread and most popular models. There are several U-models on the market. You can find the serial number on the bottom of your machine.
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