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Replacing water tank inlet valve gasket

My Saeco Vienna is leaking below the water tank. I bought a new inlet valve gasket, but do not know how to remove the cover of the valve. From the parts list it looks like you should be able to just pull it off, but I am not able to do it. Do you need a special tool?

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  • Anonymous Sep 14, 2008

    l;eaking water from under tank should there be a O RING

  • begemail Sep 14, 2008

    Thank you very much,
    It's so easy,..... once you know how to do it

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Hi,

Take a screw driver and set it between the chassis and the water inlet, bend the screwdriver and you will hear a "click" sound.

Best regards
/Mirran

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Where does the Water inlet Valve gasket go? Does it go inside the tank? We took our machine apart and didn't think to remember this. Now the machine is not drawing water. Please help. T

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