Please Note: You can check your Jura's compatibility with specific filters by viewing the dial color on the water tank's lid. The color of the dial is the Jura water filter that is the appropriate fit for your machine.
The Clearyl Blue water filter will reduce water hardness up to 75%, as well as removing large percentages of chlorine, lead, copper, and aluminum.
Clearyl Blue Water Filter typically works with the following Jura espresso machines:
Jura-Capresso ENA Fully Automatic Coffee Centers Models ENA 3, ENA 4, ENA 5 and the ENA Micro line (Micro 9, Micro 5, Micro 1)
Which filter does the Impressa F50 Classic use? It came with a Clearyl blue one (without a model number), but I see a blue 60, a blue 75, and some have longer or shorter "cones" on top. And the tables and video do not mention the Impressa F50 classic.
Best Answer:Dear Don H, I had the same difficulty in replacing my filter. My machine is the Jura Impressa F9. I do not know if the filter for the F50 in the same as the F9. The F9 uses filter no. 7520. I found Jura's customer service information in the owner's manual.
I had to replace my filter on my Jura Ena 9. I have done the filter replacement before and it worked fine after. but this time despite the filter change it is still flashing Ready/Replace Filter. I bought both the machine and replacement from SCG. Is there something wrong with the new filter or the machine?
Best Answer:I haven't had this problem, but it sounds as if the machine hasn't registered that you have completed all the steps. I would go through the whole replacement again carefully following the steps in the instruction booklet. Be sure to keep the tray out long enough, etc., so it sets itself at each step. I reuse the same new filter; just take is out and re-use it - the machine won't know that you aren't taking a new one out of the bag. If that doesn't work, go through the steps for manual replacement.
I've never had that problem with mine but the people at Jura have really great customer service. There is a toll free number in the instruction manual. They should be able to talk you through the process. I've had my unit for about 6 years now and use it multiple times daily. Finally had to send it back to Jura for a tune up. It came back working like new. I buy my filters and cleaning supplies from SCG. They have fair prices and great service. Give Jura a call. They should be able to help you.
if I only used bottled distilled water for making my coffee with my jura micro ena 9. do I still have to replace the filters frequently as specified. Or should I just switch to using tap water and use the filter and replace them as specified?
Best Answer:I have a few answers. My 15 year experience with these machines tells me that they are fussy and I might just replace them as needed. 2nd as long as you are cleaning the machine when it asks it may be just fine to ignore the "REPLACE FILTER" prompt. My guess is that at some point it won't brew unless you at least put it through the replace filter routine, even if you are just resetting the exisiting filter. Hope that is some help.
I would stick to using the filters. By using them you will not have to descale the machine and it will stay cleaner. I've been using tap water in mine since I purchased it and the coffee tastes great. The machine counts cups and power ups to let you know when to change them. By sticking to Jura's schedule you will have a great tasting cup of coffee and a machine that requires very little maintenance. Hope this helps.
We use bottled water and replace the Clearyl filters as the machine tells us to do so. You could switch to tap water, which would probably make the total costs (water plus filters) significantly lower.
Best Answer:The Jura will automatically let you know when the filter needs to be replaced, generally after about 200 cups.. However, if you use the coffeemarker only rarely, Jura recommends changing the filter about every 6 months (I think, check the manual). The dial is for you to set as a reminder. If you make coffee daily you can forget it.
Best Answer:Jura is known to switch their required filter depending on which factory it is manufactured in. The easiest way to tell is to take a look at your water reservoir, the lid and filter locking mechanism will be either blue or white, which will correspond to the correct filter type.
Note: check your machine's water tank dial for filter compatibility.
Jura supply no. 71445, Blue 60
GreatReview by tetonman
I always buy these from SCG they always have the best price on the net.
My Jura still works like it is suppose to going on 4 years. (Posted on 7/7/2016)
dealing with SCGReview by Viola
This is my second time buying from SCG. Both times a customer service was very helpful, and my orders came on time. I will be definitely buying from SCG again! (Posted on 2/14/2015)
You need this product for your machine to operate excellent and be maintainedReview by Coffee lover
Needed unless you use filtered water. Expensive. But found it here for the best price. Bought the four pack for the discount and the convenience of having them on hand. If you drink a lot of coffee you will need to change your filter about every 2 months (Posted on 12/2/2014)
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Once you get over the sticker shock you will be very happy with the Jura Coffee maker. It makes excellent coffee when you want it. (Posted on 11/12/2014)
all great, happyReview by ga
all great and happy with filter and tablets ordered. courteous staff on phone help. (Posted on 11/5/2014)
Doing a great jobReview by Fine filter
I am very happy with my new machine and the filter system. The water in my area is very hard, and this filter is doing a great job of keeping that awful white powdery substance from forming and ruining my beautiful machine! I can't say enough about it! (Posted on 8/13/2013)
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They filter the water
Easy To Use
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