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S E R V I C E M A N U A L
P I X I E C O F F E E M A C H I N E S
PIXIE C
PIXIE D
EF 280
EF 281
Version 1.2 en

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    S E R V I C E M A N U A L P I X I E C O F F E E M A C H I N E S PIXIE C EF 280 PIXIE D EF 281...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    C O N T E N T S 1 General Safety Notes ..................5 2 Main Components ....................6 Overview ......................6 Interior view......................7 Fluid System ...................... 8 2.3.1 Water circuit diagram ................8 2.3.2 Water circuit ....................9 3 Technical Data ....................10 Rating plates ....................

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    EF 281 Explosion drawing ................80 10 Parts List ......................81 10.1 Nespresso EF 280 / C60 and EF 281 / D60 ............ 81 10.2 208 Turmix TX160 CH ..................83 10.3 281 DeLonghi EN125 EU................. 84 10.4 280 Krups XN300510 EU................. 85 10.5 281 Magimix M110 EU/GB ................

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    In order to take full advantage of all the functions, it is absolutely necessary to follow the instructions in this manual. Access is restricted Visit the Nespresso technical website periodically to check for upgrades, technical and can be obtained modifications, counter measures etc. for these coffee machines: by asking your https://business.nespresso.com...

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    G E N E R A L S A F E T Y N O T E S G E N E R A L S A F E T Y N O T E S Risk of fatal electrical shock and fire! Mains voltage inside the coffee machine.

  • Page 6: Overview, Main Components

    M A I N C O M P O N E N T S M A I N C O M P O N E N T S Overview 1) Drip grid 9) Water level detection 2) Capsule container for used capsules 10) Water tank lid (backlighted) 11) Water tank...

  • Page 7: Interior View

    M A I N C O M P O N E N T S Interior view This interior view shows the wired cof- fee machine model Pixie C. 1) Steam cover 8) Flow meter 2) Pyramid plate 9) Light guide (for capsule container)

  • Page 8: Fluid System

    M A I N C O M P O N E N T S Fluid System 2.3.1 Water circuit diagram 1) Water tank 6) Check valve 2) Flow meter 7) Brewing unit 3) Pump 8) Capsule container 4) Sound damper 9) Waste water container 5) Thermoblock 10) Drip grid...

  • Page 9: Water Circuit

    M A I N C O M P O N E N T S 2.3.2 Water circuit 1) Pump 6) Water tank 2) Coffee outlet 7) Sound damper 3) Brewing unit 8) Flow meter 4) Check valve 9) Water tank connector 5) Thermoblock Pixie service manual...

  • Page 10: Technical Data

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A T E C H N I C A L D A T A Rating plates The rating plate can 3.1.1 Examples of brand specific rating plates be found at the bot- tom of the coffee machine.

  • Page 11: Rating Plate Details (example)

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A 3.1.2 Rating plate details (example) 1) Brand name 7) Serial number 2) Voltage and power rating 8) Machine type 3) Place of manufacture 9) Special disposal icon 4) National approval sign of Russia (do not dispose with ordinary waste) (GOST R)

  • Page 12: Technical Specifications

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A Technical specifications Mains voltage ranges - Europe, RU, AU, CN, KR, SG, HK, ME, ZA, IL, BR, AR .... 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz - USA, Canada ..................120 V, 50/60 Hz - BR, MX....................

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    T E C H N I C A L D A T A Volume of prepared coffee - factory settings Small cup "Espresso".................. 40 ml (±7%) Large cup "Lungo"..................110 ml (±7%) - customer settings Programmable setting range.................20 - 200 ml Environmental conditions Operating temperature ......

  • Page 14: Dimensions And Weight

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A 3.2.1 Dimensions and weight Dimensions in [mm]. Dimensions ( length x width x height)..........326 x 111 x 235 mm Power cable length....... min. 0.8 m (depending on national regulations) Cup support, folded down .......

  • Page 15: Operation

    O P E R A T I O N O P E R A T I O N General information For an overview of operational controls see “Main Components” on page 6. For basic operation of the machine such as preparing a coffee and other related infor- mation, refer to the user manual.

  • Page 16: Machine Modes

    O P E R A T I O N Capsule container Machine "Small cup" "Large cup" backlight LED signal status etc. button button Water tank level high / low / missing Blinking 1 Hz, 0.5 s on, 0.5 s off Rinse big cup (same as brewing big cup)

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    O P E R A T I O N Machine mode Enter mode Actions Exit mode • After heat up and self test mode was ok • After brewing or volume brewing Keeps thermoblock e.g. switching off 3 Ready mode coffee temperature at 90 °C machine...

  • Page 18: Programming Fill Up Level, Program/reset Fill Up Level

    O P E R A T I O N Program/reset fill up level Each coffee button can be programmed with a coffee volume for an individual cup size. The procedure for programming/resetting is the same for both coffee buttons. 4.4.1 Programming the fill up level Programmable volume range ................20 - 200 ml Each new program- ming cycle starts with...

  • Page 19: Resetting The Fill Up Level And Auto Shut Off, Empty Water System

    O P E R A T I O N 4.4.2 Resetting the fill up level and auto shut off With the following procedure all programmed fill up levels will be set back to this factory settings: Coffee button "small cup" / "Espresso" ..............40 ml Coffee button "large cup"...

  • Page 20: Program Auto Shut Off Time

    O P E R A T I O N Automatic switch off 4) Press and hold button "small cup". The coffee buttons blink fast simulta- 5) Switch coffee machine on again. neously. 6) Release button "small cup". The pump starts to drain the water system and stops automatically.

  • Page 21: Maintenance

    M A I N T E N A N C E M A I N T E N A N C E Descaling Only use Nespresso descaler (5034) or Nespresso descaling kit – (3035/CBU-2) never use vinegar! Descaler can damage casing and surfaces.

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    0.1 l 0.5 l 6) Fill measuring jug with 0.1 l (1 bag) of 9) Switch machine on and wait till Nespresso descaling liquid and 0.5 l machine is ready. fresh, potable water. 10) Press both coffee buttons simulta- 7) Fill descaling solution in water tank.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E Danger! Hot splashes of descaling solution. Do not open closing han- dle during descaling process. 11) Press any coffee button to start pump. 12) After water tank is empty, pour descal- Let the entire solution in the tank run ing solution back into water tank.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E 1 sec 17) Rinse coffee machine by pressing any 18) Press both coffee buttons simultane- coffee button and wait until water tank ously for at least 1 sec to end descal- is empty.

  • Page 25: Cleaning Procedure

    M A I N T E N A N C E 5.2 Cleaning procedure Risk of fatal electrical shock and fire! Never clean wet or immerse plug, cord or appliance in any fluid. Unplug appliance and let it cool down to avoid burns. Never use brushes and/or cleaning agents that contain...

  • Page 26: Check List

    T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G Check list After an initial inspec- Measure / Further measures / Check Error symptoms tion in accordance...

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    NO - continue descaling product only. No errors found according to YES - for more information 10 Final cleaning check list? please contact Nespresso (see page 25) Service Division End of check list Pixie service manual...

  • Page 28: Repairs

    R E P A I R S These repair instructions are based on exploded drawings with position numbers combined with repair and mounting tips, presuppose basic knowledge in repairing Nespresso coffee machines. Safety instructions Risk of fatal electrical shock! Mains voltage inside the coffee machine.

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    R E P A I R S A dynamometric Screw / screw connection Torque Position screwdriver with suit- able bits is recom- mended. 50 - 80 Ncm TX 15 screw (8 x) / 0.5 - 0.8 Nm side panel (2x) 0.37 - 0.59 ft lb 200 - 250 Ncm TX 20 screw (2 x) /...

  • Page 30: Tools And Accessories

    R E P A I R S Residual water • If it is necessary to pull off hoses, hold ready a small receptacle and a towel to collect and wipe away leaking water. • A special procedure is necessary to empty the fluid system of the coffee machine for repair or shipment (refer to "Empty water system"...

  • Page 31: General Disassembly

    R E P A I R S General disassembly This subchapter shows how to replace the power cord, all necessary disassembly steps to gain access to the main assembly (brewing unit, thermoblock, hydraulic unit and functional block. 7.4.1 Prepare coffee machine for disassembly •...

  • Page 32: Remove Side Panels

    R E P A I R S 7.4.2 Remove side panels For replacing the power cord, remove right side panel only. • Loosen 4 screws (42, torx head TX 15) at each side panel (3). Take care not to scratch the alumin- ium surface and keep the side panels at a safe place.

  • Page 33: Remove Power Cord

    R E P A I R S Assembly checkpoints • Both side panels (3) are identical and interchangeable. • Position and press down side panel on housing of coffee machine. • Press down leading edge (see arrows) of side panel additionally till a clicking noise can be heard.

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    R E P A I R S The strain relief clamp is under ten- • Unlatch strain relief clamp (39) with a 2 mm flat blade screwdriver. sion. Therefore, hold down the strain relief clamp with your finger when unlatching it. •...

  • Page 35: Remove Water Guiding

    R E P A I R S Assembly checkpoints Protective Earth Live (L) Neutral (N) • Only use the original spare part for replacing the country-specific power cord. • Adjust power cord lenght to customer’s demand. • Connect the insulated faston receptacles of neutral (N) and live (L) power cord wires like shown above.

  • Page 36: Remove Damper Springs

    R E P A I R S 7.4.5 Remove damper springs The damper springs The brewing unit must be opened. are under tension. • Unhook both damper springs (19) with a screwdriver. Therefore, hold a hand above for protection when unhooking them. Assembly hint •...

  • Page 37: Remove Closing Handle

    R E P A I R S 7.4.6 Remove closing handle Take care, that both • Close brewing unit. lever arms stay in • Hold closing handle (9) in one hand while loosening both screws (41, torx head horizontal position. TX 20) Otherwise, disassembling of housing right is impossi-...

  • Page 38: Remove Right Light Guide

    R E P A I R S Assembly checkpoints • Never re-use a damaged cable cover (6) with broken latches. • Make sure that new cable cover is suitable for the cable diameter of the used power cord. 7.4.8 Remove right light guide This step is neces- sary for the easy removal of the right...

  • Page 39: Remove Blind, Remove Housing Right

    R E P A I R S 7.4.9 Remove blind • Open latches with screwdriver and remove blind (7). 7.4.10 Remove housing right Latch will break if not • Position disassembly tool in gap at the front of housing right (2). handled carefully! •...

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    R E P A I R S Latch will break if not • Position disassembly tool in gap at the rear of housing right (2). handled carefully! • Push down latch with a small screw driver. Take care not to snap •...

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    R E P A I R S • Open latch with screwdriver. • Open latch with screwdriver. Pixie service manual...

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    R E P A I R S Detail view is from above, showing the latch position inside of housing. • Press small screwdriver in opening. Lift housing right (2) simultaneously to release latch. Upper detail view is through opening into empty housing.

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    R E P A I R S Detail view is through rear opening from above, showing remaining closed latches. • Push housings apart forcefully. • If necessary, use disassembly tool to open remaining latches. Assembly checkpoint • Check if housing plate is mounted on housing left (1) before attaching housing right. Pixie service manual...

  • Page 44: Remove Main Assembly

    R E P A I R S 7.4.11 Remove main assembly Take care not to lose • Remove housing plate from top of housing left (1). this tiny part. The housing plate and a little magnet on the housing of the brewing unit lock the brewing unit in the open position.

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    R E P A I R S • Pull water tank connector (33) out of support in housing left (1). • Open latch with screwdriver and remove main assembly. The main repair parts like brewing unit, thermoblock, pump and functional block are now accessible.

  • Page 46: Remove Front Ring

    R E P A I R S 7.4.12 Remove front ring The front ring (15) is fixed on the brewing unit housing with 4 latches (2 at each side), has a detachable front cover (14). • Press front ring (15) together at right side to release 2 latches. A screwdriver can be used instead..

  • Page 47: Remove Key Caps Of Push Buttons

    R E P A I R S 7.4.13 Remove key caps of push buttons • Remove key caps of push buttons (26) from main assembly. Assembly checkpoints and hints • Make sure that water tank connector (33) fits exactly in support of housing left. •...

  • Page 48: Replacing Pump

    R E P A I R S Replacing pump • Remove pump isolation (30) from pump (27). Use pointed pliers or • Disconnect cables from pump terminal. a screwdriver to remove receptacles. Pixie service manual...

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    R E P A I R S • Remove low pressure hose (32)and pump support spring (28). • Remove sound damper (29) from pump (27) and thermoblock (22) by cutting connector clips (43) with side cutting pliers. Pixie service manual...

  • Page 50: Replacing Functional Block

    R E P A I R S Assembly checkpoints 29+43 • Assemble spring (28) on pump support correctly. • Sound damper (29) and connector clips (43) must always be replaced to prevent leakage. Replacing functional block Brewing unit not shown for better visi- bility of function block cap (25).

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    R E P A I R S Brewing unit not shown for better visi- bility of NTC connec- tor. • Unplug NTC connector and 2 receptacles from thermoblock with pointed pliers. • Remove brewing unit (22) from functional block (24). Pixie service manual...

  • Page 52: Replacing Brewing Unit

    R E P A I R S Assembly checkpoint Wrong connection will damage func- tional block. • Connect the 2 receptacles like shown. Replacing brewing unit • To remove lever arms (18), press brewing unit housing (17) down against functional block (24).

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    R E P A I R S • Pull away brewing unit housing (17) from thermoblock (22) up to the stop. • Lift housing from thermoblock at right angels to release axle stubs from guiding grooves. Handle latches care- • Remove steam cover (16) from brewing unit housing (17).

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    R E P A I R S Thermoblock not shown for better visi- bility of function block cap (25). • Remove function block cap (25). Thermoblock not shown for better visi- bility of NTC connec- tor. • Unplug NTC connector and 2 receptacles from thermoblock with pointed pliers. Pixie service manual...

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    R E P A I R S • Remove thermoblock (21) from functional block (24). Pixie service manual...

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    R E P A I R S Assembly checkpoints and hints • Check that magnet is mounted on brewing unit housing (17). Wrong connection will damage func- tional block. • Connect the 2 faston receptacles like shown. Pixie service manual...

  • Page 57: Replacing Flow Meter

    R E P A I R S Replacing flow meter Only functional block is shown for better visibility of hose con- nections. • Remove hoses from flow meter (31). • Insert screw driver in openings at the rear side of functional block (24, see detail). •...

  • Page 58

    R E P A I R S Assembly hints By removing the flow • Always replace a removed flow meter (31) with a new one. meter from the elec- tronic main board its latches get damaged. • Check correct mounting position of the hoses (32 and 33) on the flow meter (31). Pixie service manual...

  • Page 59: Wiring Diagrams

    R E P A I R S Wiring diagrams Depending on 7.9.1 Wiring diagram 220 V - 240 V IEC national regulations, one or two fine wire fuses are mounted on the thermoblock. Pixie service manual...

  • Page 60: Wiring Diagram 120 V Ul (usa / Canada)

    R E P A I R S 7.9.2 Wiring diagram 120 V UL (USA / Canada) Pixie service manual...

  • Page 61: Wiring Diagram 127 V Iec (brazil)

    R E P A I R S 7.9.3 Wiring diagram 127 V IEC (Brazil) Pixie service manual...

  • Page 62: Wiring Diagram 127 V Iec (mexico)

    R E P A I R S 7.9.4 Wiring diagram 127 V IEC (Mexico) Pixie service manual...

  • Page 63: Wiring Diagram 100 V Iec (japan)

    R E P A I R S 7.9.5 Wiring diagram 100 V IEC (Japan) Pixie service manual...

  • Page 64: Wiring Diagram 110 V Iec (taiwan)

    R E P A I R S 7.9.6 Wiring diagram 110 V IEC (Taiwan) Pixie service manual...

  • Page 65: Function Tests

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S F U N C T I O N T E S T S Safety instructions Some function tests are performed with an energized, partly opened coffee machine. Danger of electrocution! Mains voltage inside the coffee machine.

  • Page 66: Pressure Gauge Adapter

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 8.2.2 Pressure gauge adapter 1) Lifting unit 4) Fixation element 2) Seal carrier assembly 5) Quick action coupling for pressure 3) Operating lever hose 6) Sealing cone This pressure gauge adapter is designed for the Pixie coffee machine.

  • Page 67: Mounting Pressure Gauge Adapter

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 8.2.3 Mounting pressure gauge adapter View into feed open- ing for capsule. 1) Open closing handle. 3) Turn seal carrier assembly towards 2) Insert seal carrier assembly. capsule cage.

  • Page 68: Measure Flow Rate

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S Measure flow rate 1) Fill and insert water tank. 3) Mount pressure gauge adapter (refer The pressure gauge adapter must sit 2) Open closing handle. to page 67). firmly in the capsule bay.

  • Page 69: Pressure And Leakage Checks

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 9) Close the valve until the pressure 30 sec gauge indicates 12 bar. Constantly monitor the pressure gauge and if required readjust the valve. As the temperature increases, so does the pressure, readjust the pressure to 12 bar when required.

  • Page 70: Preparations

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 8.4.1 Preparations 1) Remove maintenace unit. 3) Fill and insert water tank. 2) Remove right side panel (see “General 4) Open closing handle. disassembly” on page 31). The pressure gauge adapter must sit firmly in the capsule...

  • Page 71: Test Run

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 8.4.2 Test run 11) Open the valve and let the water flow 10 sec for approximately 10 sec out of the drain hose. 12) Close the valve completely. The pres- sure stabilizes after increasing briefly between 16-19 bar (pressure check).

  • Page 72: Measure Coffee Temperature

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 14) Switch off the coffee machine. 15) Open the valve and let water flow out of the pressure tester. 16) Disconnect mains cable. 17) Remove pressure tester and water tank.

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    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 5) Insert capsule (Cosi is best suited). 7) Wait until the measuring cup contains 6) Press the "large cup" button again. 20 ml of coffee. 8) Then measure the coffee temperature approx.

  • Page 74: Protective Earth (pe) Continuity Test

    0.3 Ohms (with a test current of 200 mA DC). Test equipment Ask Nespresso for Special test equipment is needed that complies with the regulations to perform protec- recommendations tive earth continuity measurements. Detailed requirements and tolerances must be veri- about test equipment.

  • Page 75: Test Sequence

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 8.6.3 Test sequence This test sequence is Danger of electrocution! not applicable for cof- Do not plug in the coffee machine during the protective earth continuity fee machines with test.

  • Page 76: What To Do If The Protective Earth Continuity Test Fails

    For the insulation test, phase and neutral wire are shunted at the power plug. Then a test voltage is applied between phase/neutral and selected parts of the coffee machine. Test equipment Ask Nespresso for Special test equipment is needed that complies with the regulations to perform insulation recommendations and withstanding voltage tests.

  • Page 77

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S performed test(s)/measuring value(s), test points used test equipment signature 8.7.3 Test sequence Danger of electrical shock/short circuit! Do not plug in the coffee machine during insulation test. Danger of electrical shock! Do not touch tip of test probes.

  • Page 78: Troubleshooting

    F U N C T I O N T E S T S 9) Touch closing handle with red test probe. 10) Press "measure" button. 11) Read off displayed insulation resist- ance or test result. By looking into the 12) Insert tip of red test probe up into cap- capsule ejection slot sule ejection slot and touch thermo- form below, metallic...

  • Page 79: Explosion Drawings

    E X P L O S I O N D R A W I N G S E X P L O S I O N D R A W I N G S EF 280 Explosion drawing Pixie service manual...

  • Page 80: Ef 281 Explosion Drawing

    E X P L O S I O N D R A W I N G S EF 281 Explosion drawing Pixie service manual...

  • Page 81: Parts List, Nespresso Ef 280 / C60 And Ef 281 / D60

    P A R T S L I S T 1 0 P A R T S L I S T 10.1 Nespresso EF 280 / C60 and EF 281 / D60 Pos. Part no. Component Remark 0067948 Spare holder 280 left mount.

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    P A R T S L I S T Pos. Part no. Component Remark 0067947 Spare valve lifter 280 packed 0062632 Light cond. 280 right transp. caps contain. 0062631 Light cond. 280 left transp. caps contain. 0062628 Light cond. 280 receiver transp.

  • Page 83: Turmix Tx160 Ch

    P A R T S L I S T 10.2 208 Turmix TX160 CH Pos. Part no. Component Remark 0067948 Spare holder 280 left mount. 0062590 Holder 280 right, black 0067960 Spare side wall 280 blue, packed, 2 pcs. 0000394 Rubber feet 10.0 x 1.6mm black SJ-5816 0067944...

  • Page 84: Delonghi En125 Eu

    P A R T S L I S T 10.3 281 DeLonghi EN125 EU Pos. Part no. Component Remark 0067948 Spare holder 280 left mount. 0062590 Holder 280 right, black 0067961 Spare side wall 281 alu, packed, 2 pcs. 0000394 Rubber feet 10.0 x 1.6mm black SJ-5816 0067944...

  • Page 85: Krups Xn300510 Eu

    P A R T S L I S T 10.4 280 Krups XN300510 EU Pos. Part no. Component Remark 0067948 Spare holder 280 left mount. 0062590 Holder 280 right, black 0067958 Spare side wall 280 titanium, packed, 2 pcs. 0000394 Rubber feet 10.0 x 1.6mm black SJ-5816 0067944...

  • Page 86: Magimix M110 Eu/gb

    P A R T S L I S T 10.5 281 Magimix M110 EU/GB Pos. Part no. Component Remark 0067948 Spare holder 280 left mount. 0062590 Holder 280 right, black 0067961 Spare side wall 281 alu, packed, 2 pcs. (EU) 0067953 Spare side wall 281 light blue, packed, 2 pcs.

  • Page 87: Koenig D60 Ch

    P A R T S L I S T 10.6 281 Koenig D60 CH Pos. Part no. Component Remark 0067948 Spare holder 280 left mount. 0062590 Holder 280 right, black 0067962 Spare side wall 281 yellow, packed, 2 pcs. 0000394 Rubber feet 10.0 x 1.6mm black SJ-5816 0067944...

  • Page 88: Notes

    N O T E S 1 1 N O T E S Pixie service manual...

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