Gaggia Classic Group Head Seal

$17.10
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Gaggia Classic Group Head Seal.

Also fits the following models: Coffee Deluxe, New Baby Gaggia, Baby Twin

Do you have Gaggic Classic? Did you know its boiler made of aluminum which requires a frequent descaling to work properly? Click here for a descaler. You will also need blind filter and Backflush Powder to keep your group head clean. Di Bartoli recommends using filtered water with any espresso machine and our preferred choice is the powerful Digi Pure System. Not sure how hard your water is? Get a Water Hardness Stripes for the answer.    
 
For Gaggia Classic Cleaning & Maintenance Guide, please request one at the comments of your order while checking out and we will email it to you.

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  • 5
    Purchase of group head seal

    Posted by Peter Neil on 16th Aug 2019

    Not yet installed but arrived well packaged and on time after Exhibition holiday

  • 5
    Super quick Delivery

    Posted by mattunit@sent.com on 3rd Mar 2018

    Just ordered this seal because my machine was way overdue a new one. A seal is a seal but I was most impressed by the next day delivery. Thamkyou!

  • 5
    head seal

    Posted by Nick K on 29th Apr 2017

    perfect.
    problem solved!

  • 5
    My go-to people for all problems gaggia-related

    Posted by Shula on 18th Apr 2016

    I've been using these guys for years to keep my little Gaggia Classic afloat.... they're utterly reliable and so fast to send needed parts that I can barely blink. Highly recommend them.

  • 4
    gropu head seal hard and brittle

    Posted by Richard Herklots on 24th Aug 2015

    the new seal eliminated the issue with the group head coming loose while trying to produce coffee. THe group head now tightens in snug and feels tight. Improved pressure as well.

  • 5
    Solved the problem

    Posted by Stephen on 8th Oct 2013

    My Gaggia classic was starting to play up and not delivering good crema. I have replaced the seal previously so thought I should replace it again as it was last done about 3 years ago. Machine is now working fine although I should really look to replace the seal more regularly.

  • 4
    solid piece o rubber

    Posted by Andrew on 5th Feb 2013

    After ~5 years (10 cups a week) I was doing some routine maintenance and thought I'd replace this. Prob didnt need doing, but while I had the guts out it was worth it. the old one was clearly worn,but not some much that there was any problem. call it preventative maintenance.