20 Most Recent Saeco Odea Go - Page 8 Questions & Answers


Hello. I can help you. First of all here is the manual. Go to this link and then look at page thirty which will tell you the possible ways to fix your problem.

http://www.saeco-usa.com/download/pdf/manuals/odea-go-en.pdf

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Aug 25, 2009


The descaling details appear on page 23 onwards of the official manual, which is available for downlaod from this link:
http://www.saeco-usa.com/en/manuals/manuals.html

Hope this helps.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Aug 24, 2009


Hello,

You can get it from the Saeco website, following this link:
this is the complete document, the english version begins page 89 of 176: enjoy ! !
http://products.saeco.com/prodotto.asp?id_linea=1&id_lingua=ENG&id_paese=15&id_articolo=10001593

have a great day
Michel

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Aug 24, 2009


The brew unit needs to be removed and cleaned it is blocked.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Aug 06, 2009


i no what you mean if you grease the slot you gonna have more maintenance to more often coffee dust goes in that grease have to clean with hot water more often but its what you have to 95% of time when those machine break down its bad maintenance had mine for over 14000 shot the only thing i had to do beside maintenance is completly dismantle the brew group for a good clean up that it clean or machine once a mounth descaling it every 3 mounth you gonna have it for a long long time p.s the grease make it easyer for the gear inside thanks

pierre

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Aug 02, 2009


Hi,

Make sure all part is on place, take out the watertank and put it back again, make sure the brewing unit is fit in place.

After all part is on place, put a container under the steampipe and open the steam knob to make a cup of water, when the water comes in a steady flow, then you can close the steam knob again.

Hope this will help you.

Best regards
/Mirran

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Mar 25, 2009


that means getting rid of the limescale build up in the machine.
When the limescale becomes to much the machine slows dow.
buy a descaling solution at your local convenience store or grocery store. Use it as adviced on the bottle but do this twice in a row because a 30-40 minute brew means a lot of blockage. When you do it the second time turn the machine off after half the solution has gone through. Let stand for about 30 min and than turn machine on again. Flush twice with full pot of clean water and you will see that is will improve your time

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Mar 18, 2009


This is a known issue with the Odea GO. You need to take it in for servicing to get the rubber seals changed. This happened with our maching after about 6 months.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Mar 09, 2009


Hi,

You can not adjust the amount of this.

/Mirran

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Mar 09, 2009


You need to take it in to get serviced. This is a known issue with the Odea GO. We had to take ours in last year. Haven't had a problem since they fixed it.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Mar 09, 2009


If its in warrenty send it back.

But it seems like the rubber seal on the inside somewere has been broke or just worn, this keeps the coffee machine preasurized so try replacing this, have a look through your manual it should tell you how to replace this.

Please rate

thanks

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Feb 26, 2009


try to fing manual on www.eserviceinfo.com

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Jan 10, 2009


changer de sorte de café le noir semble colmater les ouverture

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Dec 14, 2008


Hi,

Sorry for the delay, i´m on sick-list and have limited access to computer.

To prime the machine you have to put a container under the steam pipe, open the steamknob on the top of the machine. Let the pump go to there is a steady flow of water then you can close the steam knob again.

I´m not sure if you done this already.
Let me know if i can help you more.

Best regards
/Mirran

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Oct 26, 2008


Hi,

I think your grinder wheel is broken.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Aug 25, 2008


Hi,

I think you have to replace the gasket in the steam valve.

Here are info to Saeco Canada.

Saeco Canada Ltée

8145 Boul. St. Laurent
Montreal-Quebec
H2P 2M1
Tel: +1 514 3855551
Fax: +1 514 3855585
E-mail: info@saeco.ca

Visit the Web: www.saeco.ca

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Jul 28, 2008


Hi,

I think your grinder engine is the problem, it can be a sensor too.
Hard to give a solution when i not see how the machine works.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Jul 11, 2008

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