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Leaking water My saeco vienna is no longer brewing properly; it started with noticable water pooling under the machine, but it was not coming from the drip tray. Now, it is clear there is an internal problem, as not only has the previous leak continued, but the brew is more like water, and upon completion of the cycle the box that catches the grounds has not only grounds in it but excessive water! The machine has been maintained and cleaned according to saeco recommendations. Any ideas on how to self repair it? Thank you

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Hi,

Take out the brewing unit and look in the chassis behind where the brewing unit was, you will see a little hole, put in your finger and make sure the hole is clean.

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