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The water doesn't go through and there is no coffee coming out... There is always lots of water under the machine... Vienna

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  • anabdavies Nov 25, 2008

    Still nothing is working....

  • anabdavies Nov 25, 2008

    I have checked everything ...is there some kind of motor for the water inside the machine?

  • anabdavies Nov 25, 2008

    I have opened the machine...I think I might have one something wrong...It's making a strange noise now...Is there any engineer in London that I can send the machine to?
    I have no more energy to mess around with it...

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You may call this number and or email for information on where to have your unit repaired in London for the official seaco repair
Tel: 01422 330295
Email:info@saeco.uk.com

You may also go to the link below for a third party company that fixes espresso machines in london.

http://www.londonespresso.com/services_repair_london.htm




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The machine probably needs a right good clean, if you live in a hard water area there could be a build up of limescale, to clean the coffee maker using some linescale remover


kind regard and the best of luck

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Just get your machine serviced at your nearest service center they cost $120 for servicing .if any of the part is faulty in it and replacement that will be extra.as this is the common problem in this machines of getting clogged in the tubes and they also getting worn out.also the valves needs replacement sometimes.

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The flow arm is broken. It is found under the bsket where the pot slides under. Fix or replace this flow arm and it will work good as new. Thanks Good Luck

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Hi

  • There is a black tube that carries the hot water to the drip area.
  • There is the drip area (on the left-hand side of this picture). Water arrives here from the black hot-water tube and simply falls through the holes into the coffee grounds.
Looking at this picture, you get your first impression that this isn't a high-tech device. If you take the bottom off the coffee maker, here is what you will find: the one of these problem cause your problem
  • The one-way valve can get clogged open or closed. You can usually fish out the debris that causes this problem with a toothpick.
  • The tubes can get clogged with calcium. This is especially true of the aluminum heating tube. The normal way to solve this problem is to run vinegar through the machine once, and then run two batches of water through to clean out the vinegar.
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Check for clogged hose.

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This indicates the problem with the water supply assembly .water is not going through due to some blockage or internal pressure leakage.check it 1 by 1.

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Switch off the machine

  • Check all supply taps are open

  • Check other water supply points / faucet are working

  • Check for damaged / kinked pipe

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

  • SAM ANDERSON Nov 25, 2008

    Mineral deposits from the water may be clogging the pump or other parts. Try descaling.

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