Question about Saeco Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I have got a used Saeco Family Superautomatica years ago. It only produced long coffee, but I drink long coffee,. Now it started to produce shorter coffee, which is a problem for me. I may need to do some prper maintenance.. I only wash the grinder (or whatever you call that removable part) from time to time. I read some of the Saeco solutions here and realized, I might lubricate some parts, but I do not know where. o you happen to have a manual you can send me or tell me about proper maintenance, please. Do I need to descale it,? Thanks for your time!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Purchase the Saeco descaler. Mix solution accordingly. Pour into water tank. Run a cappucino cup full of water through the wand. Wait about 20 minute and repeat. Do this until all the water is gone in the tank. (Don't run all the water at once!). Rinse water tank well. FIll with clean water and run through the wand. I do this twice just to be sure I have gotten all the chemical out.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Remove beans from chamber, then remove the 2-3 screws in the chamber, then lift hopper slightly and turn adjustment knob towards the middle number, or halfway between fine and coarse. Then lower hopper make sure the gears line up together, set screws add beans and adjust finer.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
That is serious, that means the grinder is jammed or not working. To check the components of the machine follow these instructions.
Press and hold the steam button and turn on the machine, when you see the lights going around in anticlockwise direction, release the button. Turn the coffee dial to the left and press the steam button, the grinder should turn. Dial on the right and pressing coffee ****. water pump runs. Press steam ****. brew group go up, dial 1/4 to left B/Group down.
If grinder not turning the motor is bad. Hope it will help to find out.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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