No personal experience with this machine.
As with any used espresso machine it's important to find out what specific voltage it was running on during it's service life. If the machine in question was installed at a location that has 208v power, you had better make sure the location you are going to install it at also has 208v (or has a buck/boost transformer installed to get it to 208v). If not, you could end up frying the CPU. Just remember to factor that into your cost.
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