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I have a Saeco Easy. Maybe the solution for my machine will help you. You did not specify which light is red I will assume it is the "Alarm" light.
Alarm light (looks like an "!" exclamation point)
• permanently on: signals the machine is out of coffee, the water tank is empty, the drip tray is full or the dregdrawer is full.
• slowly flashing: signals that the brew group is not inserted, the dregdrawer is not inserted, the coffee bean hopper lid is not on, the service door is open or the steam/hot water knob is not correctly turned to the desired position.
• quickly flashing: signals the need to prime the water circuit
Descaling light: • on and fl ashing: signals the need to perform a descaling cycle
Machine ready light: • permanently on: signals that the machine is ready for use. • on and fl ashing: signals that the machine is warming up.
Alarm light: • permanently on : signals the machine is out of coffee, the water tank is empty, the drip tray is full or the dregdrawer is full (in this case, also empty the coffee grounds drawer in order to prevent failures). • on and fl ashing slowly: signals that the brew group is not inserted, the dregdrawer is not inserted the coffee bean hopper lid is not on, the service door is open or the steam/hot water knob is not correctly turned to the desired position. • on and quickly fl ashing: signals the need to prime the water circuit.
Make sure the machine is clean of coffee grinds. Mine has a nasty habit of dropping them behind the dregdrawer instead of in it. Remove the central unit and give it a good clean. The dregdrawer should then slide back fully into the microswitch.
If this doesn't work, you've probably got a dud microswitch.
the thing that dropped out was part of the micro switch for the dregs draw. Yes you can use the machine with the piece that you put in there, at some time you might consider just replacing the micro switch.
If nothing is broken then this might be a easy fix.
first take out the dregdraw and the driptray.
Put one screwdriver on the sensor for the driptray/dregdraw at the botom left and one for the door up i the right corner .
This must be done when the machine is on.
It will then think the brewing unit is in position and move to the starting location.