Question about Saeco Vienna SuperAutomatica Coffee Maker/Espresso Machine
HI, thanks for your previous answer! i have a new question. My 1985 Saeco SuperAutomatic Electronic is in near new condition, but it is taking about 10 minutes to initially heat up and several minutes between shots. It used to take 2 minutes to heat up and go from shot to shot with no problem. It has always been unable to heat water past 160 and is usually 145-150 for shots and tea water. It will heat up enough to make steam for lattes though. I do have a little problem getting a good froth and I wonder if its lacking something there.
Do you think I need a new thermostat or boiler?
When a machine takes a longer time to heat up, this is often due to scale on top of the heating element, try using a descaler product, and running a descale cycle a couple of time.
If it is not a scale problem, then it is usually a faulty thermostat or a faulty element.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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