Question about Saeco Vienna Espresso Machine
Help, I unplugged my machine before turning it off and now when I try to plug it in and turn it on the power does not come on. There is no red light and the machine does not do anything
After you have check that the Main Power outlet is active and on, make sure the unit is plugged in and that the on / off switch on the back of the unit is switched to the I position.
If the unit still does not power on then the boiler circuit breakers have tripped.
You can get to the circuit breakers by removing the rear panel;
Disconnect the mains plug from the unit, make sure you do this and not just turn off the mains switch, otherwise the switch internally will still be active;
Remove water unit;
Remove two silver screws at the rear top of unit;
Move the rear panel;
DO NOT disconnect any hoses;
The boiler is located on the right hand side of the unit looking from the back;
MAKE 100% sure that power is disconnected before proceeding;
On the bottom right hand corner of the boiler there are 4 wires connected to the unit using spade lugs, two black wires two blue wires;
In the center of the each colour there is a small tiny tab;
Lightly press the first one you should hear a small click;
Lightly press the second one you should hear a small click;
if either or the two doesn't click it means that particular breaker has not tripped, don't try and push harder.
Assemble the unit and power back up.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
Called Cuisinart at 800-726-0190 6:10PM on 10/10/08. Zero wait, person asked me model # and Serial #, said they would ship me a new one in 7 - 10 days if I would cover the $10 shipping and ship the old one back. Done Deal!!
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
The element has burnt out. There is an insulator that can become dislodged during transit or over time, and the element can short out. I advise you to return the failed unit to the supplier.
Posted on Apr 12, 2007
Also, check to make sure that you didn't trip a GFI (ground fault interrupter), the kitchen and bathroom mini-circuit breakers.
Posted on Dec 13, 2006
Verify that there is power at the outlet. check power cord for breaks or scuffs. Check to see if there is a fuse in the back of the machine. I fall else fails...buy american.
Posted on Oct 30, 2006
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