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Saeco Italia I need repair manual - how to take it apart? Is there such a thing?

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    bean light won't go off- center piece is stuck?

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OK - I ended up taking the top off (it is a bit tricky and you should be careful doing so before breaking things). There are two screws in the back, tow in the front where the light panel is, Then more behind the light panel, and two under the front of the unit (foe which you should open the door). You should also take the steam knob off. Then I diagnosed the problem being a bad steam valve - where I found the leak. I replace it (it is bit tricky as well). Put i back together and all seems to be OK now.

Caution: Any one working on this machine must make sure the machine is un-plugged before working on it. There is plenty of electronics (and high current circuitry).

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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