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Rancilio Silvia Pump: Ulka EX5

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28 customer reviews
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  • EX5 Ulka Vibratory Pump
  • Replaces vibratory pump on many espresso machines
  • A new water pump can solve water flow issues
  • 120v, 41 Watt
  • Pump works great with Gaggia and Saeco machines too.
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Rancilio Silvia Pump: Ulka EX5 + Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine Repair Kit + Urnex Cafiza Espresso Machine Cleaner - 20 ounces
Price for all three: $67.46

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Product Description

If after you replace your grouphead screen you still have slow water flow issues from the grouphead you may want to try replacing the pump in your espresso machine.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 2.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00B8KBVZE
  • Item model number: Type EAX5 52 watt
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,182 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JimH on August 6, 2014
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The pump is what it is- they don't last forever. I'm on my 3rd pump after 11 years in an ECM Giotto -these ulka vibes are pretty common in prosumer espresso machines and not exclusive to the Rancilio Silvia. I burnt my last one up (and the one before) when descaling the machine and flushing the boiler. It's important to remember that the machine is rated for 1 minute on and 1 minute rest per cycle (that's what the 1/1 means), and it's a good idea to switch your machine off for 1 minute after each minute if you're doing any filling/flushing of your boiler. If your pump is on the fritz, it's probably a good idea to replace it before it burns out. There are a few different versions of this pump. Details of the pump, variations and various fittings can be found on the ceme.com web site..

Anyone who depends on their home espresso machine and has a critical part fail knows how frustrating it is to order parts and either wait a week for delivery or pay exorbitant shipping fees to get it delivered quickly. Not only did they have the right part but it was competitively priced (to fleabay) and delivered via amazon prime in less than 48 hours. I'm sure I'll be purchasing more items from Kanen Coffee in the future.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on February 28, 2015
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I noticed that the quality of the espresso that my Incanto was producing just wasn't what it used to be. After over 7000 shots of espresso from the 7 year old Ulka EP5 I decided to replace the pump. What a difference! It's back to making a shot of espresso like new! Interesting that the flow rate from the old and new pump, shown by running the pump mode test, is exactly the same. The change in pressure has almost doubled the extraction time required for the same quantity of espresso. It was making a single shot in 10 sec. now it takes 20 sec. The longer extraction time makes for a much more robust and better espresso, Changed the pump myself in about 2 hours. Very satisfied!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Puckett on November 22, 2014
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A good replacement for the pump in my Baby Gaggia. However, the inlet port on this model is smaller than the model it replaces, so the existing elbow fitting didn't fit it. Thus, I temporarily removed the elbow and fit the plastic tube to the pump directly. I bought the correct size elbow for this pump online for $2. Just search online for Elbow Fitting 90 id 50494.
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By F. D. Thomas on July 17, 2015
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Replacement for my Rancilio Silvia V3 pump.

Yesterday, minutes after I learned of a death in the family, I discovered the brew switch was on overnight and when my 6am timer went off, Silvia dutifully dumped out all of the water in the tank all over the counter and while I slept, Miss Sylvia went to work murdering it's own pump. After a year with the timer, this is the first time this error has happened to me. The prospect of losing a day driving across town to our friendly repair guy, not having espresso for a week, and untold $ in repair bills made me even sadder.

So an hour of googling and youtube watching, I was able to completely take apart the machine, verified the AC voltage going into the pup being correct, which ruled out the solenoid.

Mine had a Pump EP5 and I was wondering if this part would really work. Same day free shipping sold me on this item, so I said why not try it? Although the delivery guy delivered it next door, our Valet somehow worked it out so at the prescribed time, I still got my item. Same day free shipping. Amazing.

As for the item, yes it's not the same. Seems better. The EP5 has a plastic housing which you need to yank off the brass L-joint pipe. I cleaned the remaining plastic with acetone and washed it with a utility toothbrush (the same I used with Cafiza to clean the goopy stuff out), and the EX5 worked great. It has an ever so slightly different purr than the EP5, but appears to be a component built to even higher standards with brass outlets instead of plastic.

Today, sanity returned to my mornings. Espresso gushed with great fanfare due to the newly-cleaned unit. Coffee beans: $1. Different pump $40. The satisfaction of a job well done: priceless.
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I used this pump to fix my Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine. I'm not super-handy, but anyone can do this. You just need a screw-driver, a wrench, and vice grips or channel lock pliers. It took me about 45 minutes, but once you do it and/or know what you're doing, it would probably take 15 min max.

You need to take the top and back off of the machine to get at the pump. There's one screw in particular that's hard to see at the bottom middle on the back of the unit, but other than that, it's very simple and straightforward. If you do a search on "rancilio-silvia-ulka-pump-ex5ep5-replacement-procedure" you should get a page from aerotec73, and the pictures and instructions there are very clear.

A few things to look out for:
- There's a 220V version of this pump, so make sure you get the right one. This is the 120V version.
- Also, make sure you have Teflon tape to stretch around the threads that connect the pump to the water line. Without it, mine leaked there and so I had to disconnect and then reconnect the pump.
- I don't know if it's necessary because I think this pump is self priming, but I tried to drip a little water into the pump before installing it.
- Lastly, be careful. Where there's water and electricity, bad things can happen. Double check to make sure the unit is unplugged when you're doing anything witha tool on this machine. This is especially important when you're leak checking it after installing the new pump.

Bottom line, this pump got my Silvia back up and running. Buy with confidence.
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