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No Water Flow/No Water Draw

I haven't used my Saeco espresso classico in a couple of months. When I tried to prime the machine no water came out. There is no water being drawn into the intake tube. Additionally I opened the cover and did not see any cracks, holes or leaks in the intake tube. Finally I do get hot air out of the steamer. The only thing I can think of is that the pump is dead. Althought it looks and sounds like it is trying to work. Any suggestions? Also where do I go to get replacement parts or service for the machine? Thanks.

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  • EspressoGary Nov 23, 2008

    Haven't used my Saeco Classico for about a year. Trying to prime it, the pump seems to run, but no water is being drawn up the tube.

  • StephenG58 Dec 17, 2008

    Water is being drawn into the sytem when the steam switch is on and the steamer valve is open. When the brew switch is on, no water comes out although the pump sounds as if it is functioning. The ready light of the brew switch randomly turns off and on. Occasionally I'll see a very small amount of water drip from the brewing head.

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Sorry for not responding to you request, but I was not receiving any emails from Fixya.

You can contact me directly if you still need help with your espresso machine.
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