Coffee Machine Repairs Adelaide

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Coffee Machine Repairs in Adelaide for All Brands

At Quality Appliance Repairs, we are capable of repairing both commercial and domestic coffee machines, catering to all makes and brands like DeLonghi, Saeco, Jura, Breville, and more.

We handle your prized appliance with care in our Melbourne workshop, with the repair process typically averaging two weeks for completion. While the actual duration may vary, our standard inspection period remains at two weeks.

What sets us apart is our commitment to client satisfaction and the unmatched protection we offer through our industry-leading warranties – three months for workmanship and an extensive 12-month warranty on parts.

For timely and professional solutions to any coffee machine concerns, feel free to contact us. Our Support Team is available six days a week.

We are dedicated to providing expert assistance you can rely on.




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1000's Of Happy Customers


“I can highly recommend this company. We needed an appliance fixed at a property. They arrived on the time they said and did the job quickly and they even cleaned up after themselves. If you need an appliance fixed, give them a call.”

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Amanda, Vale Park

“Thanks Ben for a quick repair on my parents washing machine. Only took an hour and had the part in the van. Turned up when he said he would and cleaned up after himself. Can’t fault and would recommend.”

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Types Of Coffee Machine We Repair


Manual Espresso Maker


Automated Espresso Makers


Moka Pot




Auto Drip Brewer


and much more

Common Coffee Machine Problems


Bad power cord


On/off switch not working


Clogged valve


Clogged heating tube


Won’t complete brewing


and much more

Frequently Asked Questions About Coffee Machine Repairs

Can coffee machines be repaired?

Yes, coffee machines can often be repaired. This depends on the specific issue and the availability of replacement parts.

Our technicians are qualified to repair all makes and models of coffee machines, regardless of the brand.

They also have a massive stock at their disposal to fix appliances quickly.

However, if the issue is too complex, it may be more cost-effective to get a new coffee machine altogether.

If you’re unsure about what to do, call us. We’re here to give you advice on what’s best for your specific appliance.

What is the lifespan of a coffee machine?

On average, a well-maintained coffee machine can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years.

This varies depending on factors such as the brand, model, usage frequency, maintenance, and overall quality.

For example, lower-end or more budget-friendly coffee machines may have a shorter lifespan, typically around 3 to 5 years.

These machines often have simpler designs and may be made with less durable materials, which can impact their longevity.

Higher-end or commercial-grade coffee machines, with better build quality and more robust components, can last longer.

With proper care, regular cleaning, descaling, and timely maintenance, these machines can potentially exceed 10 years of use.

Specific components within the coffee machine may have different lifespans as well. For example, the grinder, heating element, pump, or control panel may require replacement or repairs at different intervals. Regular maintenance and prompt repairs can help prolong the overall lifespan of the machine.

What are common problems with coffee machines?

Coffee machines can experience various common problems, including:

Clogging: Accumulated mineral deposits, coffee grounds, or oils can clog the water lines, filters, or brewing components of a coffee machine. This can lead to reduced water flow, slower brewing, or even complete blockage.

Leaking: Leaks can occur from various parts of the coffee machine, such as the water reservoir, coffee pot, or brew group. Common causes include worn-out gaskets, faulty seals, cracked or damaged components, or improper assembly.

Weak or no coffee extraction: Insufficient coffee extraction can result in weak or watery coffee. This issue can be caused by incorrect grind size, coffee grounds not evenly distributed in the filter, or a clogged brew head.

Malfunctioning heating element: If the water is not reaching the proper brewing temperature, it could indicate a problem with the heating element. This can lead to coffee that is not hot enough or brewing taking longer than usual.

Grinder issues: Coffee machines with built-in grinders may experience problems with grinding consistency, such as producing uneven or too coarse/fine grounds. This can affect the flavour and quality of the coffee.

Steam wand or milk frother problems: Machines with steam wands or milk frothers may experience issues with weak steam, insufficient frothing, or inconsistent pressure. This can impact the ability to create creamy froth for cappuccinos or lattes.

Specific problems can vary depending on the type of coffee machine (e.g., drip coffee maker, espresso machine) and the model.

Regular cleaning, descaling, and maintenance can help prevent or address some of these common issues.

However, if you encounter persistent problems or are unsure about how to resolve them, consult the manufacturer’s instructions or contact a professional technician.

What’s the cost of fixing a coffee machine?


Workshop inspection fees for customer drop-offs to our Dandenong facility are as follows:
– Domestic Appliances: $90+GST
– Premium Domestic Appliances: $90+GST
– Built In Coffee Machines: $180+GST
– Commercial Appliances: $180+GST

This fee covers the customer dropping the appliance off and includes the workshop inspection.

Additional charges will apply if the customer opts for Quality Appliance Repairs to deliver the unit back. Once inspected, further labor and parts will be quoted as needed to restore the machine.

For pick-ups from the customer’s property and delivery to our Dandenong workshop, fees vary:
– Domestic Appliances: $180+GST
– Premium Domestic Appliances: $220+GST
– Built In Coffee Machines: $220+GST
– Commercial Appliances: $260+GST

This includes pick-up, and workshop inspection, but not the return of the customer’s appliance. All our work comes with a 3-month labor warranty and a 12-month parts warranty.

Within the first 0 to 3 months of attending the job, if the same fault recurs, there will be no charge, ensuring customer satisfaction and peace of mind.

What causes a coffee maker to stop working?

According to our coffee machine technicians, these are common reasons why a coffee maker stops working:

Power supply issues: Check if the machine is plugged in properly and the power outlet is functioning. Tripped circuit breakers, blown fuses, or electrical issues can disrupt the power supply.

Scale buildup: If a coffee maker is not regularly descaled, mineral deposits from water can accumulate inside, affecting the performance and functionality of the machine. Scale buildup can clog the water lines, filters, or valves, leading to reduced water flow or blockages.

Component wear and tear: Over time, various components in a coffee maker, such as gaskets, seals, valves, or filters, can wear out, become brittle, or deteriorate. This can result in leaks, poor performance, or overall machine failure.

Heating element failure: The heating element is responsible for heating the water in the coffee maker.

If it malfunctions or burns out, the coffee maker may not be able to heat the water to the desired temperature. This can result in the machine not brewing coffee or brewing weak coffee.

Water flow problems: Coffee makers rely on a consistent flow of water to brew coffee. If there are issues with water flow, such as clogs or blockages in the water lines, filters, or valves, the coffee maker may not function properly or may not brew at all.

Faulty control board or switches: Issues with the control board, wiring, or switches can prevent the coffee maker from turning on, starting the brewing process, or adjusting settings.

Pump malfunction: Some coffee makers, particularly espresso machines, use pumps to generate pressure for brewing. If the pump fails or becomes faulty, the coffee maker may not be able to generate enough pressure to brew the coffee properly.

If your coffee maker stops working, start by consulting the manufacturer’s instructions for troubleshooting steps. If that doesn’t solve the issue, contact a professional technician for further assistance.

What To Expect From Our Coffee Machine Repair Services

What makes our repair services exceptional?
1. Professional Repair Technicians

Coffee machines are no ordinary kitchen appliances. It takes specialized skills to be able to diagnose and repair a problem with valves and other coffee machine parts.

Our technicians are qualified and have years of experience offering their services. We guarantee when you call us, our technicians across the Adelaide region will come to your door and get your coffee machine working again.

2. Reliable and Trusted Team

Our repairmen offer Adelaide coffee machine repair services that are up-to-date, use the best tools and make sure your coffee machine is handled with care.

3. Transparency

Our rates are all-inclusive, which means you won’t find any hidden fees or extra rates when the job is done.

We make sure our technicians inform you of what the exact problem is, how they are going to fix it, and how to keep your coffee machine working in its best condition after the service.

If they deem your appliance to be irreparable, they’ll advise you to get a new one instead.

4. Affordable services

While repairing a coffee machine takes expert skills, we won’t charge you an arm and a leg to get it fixed. 

5. Clean services

As professionals in the Adelaide coffee machine repair services, our technicians are trained to make sure they provide their services in a clean and organized manner.

They won’t be leaving their tools behind and they’ll leave your premises as it was when they came in. You can trust that clean services are one of our best assets.

When it comes to Adelaide Coffee Machine Repairs, we have over 30 years of experience in the industry. Whether you have a fully-automatic, semi-automatic, or commercial coffee machine, you can trust that we have the experience, the technicians, and the expertise to get the job done.


Quality Appliance Repairs in Adelaide also takes care of the following appliances:

If you don’t know whether we can repair your appliance, call us! One of our support team will give you more information.

Appliance Brands

Repair services for all brands of household appliances.

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We service all suburbs of Adelaide.

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Popular Suburbs We Service:

  • Darlington
  • Dudley Park
  • Dulwich
  • Eastwood
  • Eden Hills
  • Enfield
  • Evandale
  • Fairview Park
  • Flagstaff Hill
  • Flinders Park
  • Fullarton
  • Gilles Plains
  • Glandore
  • Glenalta
  • Glenelg
  • Glenunga
  • Goodwood


Quality Appliance Repair services the Central Adelaide area. Quality Appliance Repair fixes all types of appliances. With years in the industry, our highly trained appliance repairmen can quickly and professionally fix your problems. 3 months warranty on labour + 12 months warranty on parts.



All coffee machine repairs, mixer jobs, and small appliance repair jobs are performed in our workshop in Dandenong, VIC.

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