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La Pavoni Lever Heating Element 1000w 120v - 331334 £60.69
La Pavoni Lever Element 1000w 120v Part No. 331334
Used as standard on the La Pavoni Stradivari Lusso STL and STH and the Stradivari Professional SPL and SPH. The La Pavoni Europiccola EN, EL, ELH and ERG. The La Pavoni Professional PN, PL, PLH, PRG and PDH. The La Pavoni Romantica GRL and Stradivari Gran Romantica SGR.
Ryohei from Japan asks
Is it possible to exchange from my broken element (my machine is 1995 Europiccola with Red/White switch) to this new Element and the new Switch (435063 - Pavoni Switch for Europiccola - Red and Green) ?
Rick from United States asks
I am considering this to replace a shorted brass element with flat gasket from a 1993 La Pavoni Pro. Two questions: 1) Mine does not have the safety button (heat triggered?) shown in the pictures and does not have wiring to support that. Does this element include the button or is that separate? 2) Is this style with round gasket is compatible with the boiler flange from a flat gasket model?
Alex from Germany asks
I am considering buying a La Pavoni Europicolla here in Europe in the 230v Version, but I might move to Japan in the near future and the voltage there is 100v after all. Could I use the Europicolla overthere with just changing the heating element to this 120v one, or do I need further replacements? Is changing the heating element also possible for beginners with only simple tools?
Matt from United States asks
Hi. I am thinking to buy a la pavoni 240v professional. I am intending to buy the 110v heating element, but not sure if I need to replace the pressurestat to 110 or not? Do I need to do so? Thanks.
Sean from United States asks
I am needing to replace the heating element in my La Pavoni from 2002. Is this the only part I need to buy? or do I need or buy a seal as well?
Daren from Canada asks
Hello.I just bought a La Pavoni Stradivari SPL. I need to change the heating element from 220V to one which is for 110V for Canada. Is this the right one? Do I need to change anything else like power swich, bulb, cable and do I need some extra parts while changing the heating element. In short: what parts I need to change to make it work on 110V current in Canada? Do you have the parts that I will need? Also, do you have a naked portafilter that will fit? Thank you for you help and advice! Much appreciated! I am looking forward with hope for good news! Your website and service are simply amazing! Greetings!