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  • mjbindy Dec 01, 2008

    My Saeco Magic expresso maker is not getting any power, o lights noise etc. It is not the outlet or power cord. The brew group is jammed and can not be removed.

  • mjbindy Dec 01, 2008

    Where do I find the service manual or how can I unjam the Magic expresso maker

  • mjbindy Dec 01, 2008

    Ihave a users manual. Where is the service manual.

  • mjbindy Dec 01, 2008

    I removed the tray and the dump box and was able to remove the brew group. The brew group, box and tray. Reseated all three. Still no power, no noise, no lights.

  • mjbindy Dec 01, 2008

    Natrin

    How can I descale if it won't turn on.

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Sir,

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1. Unplug the machine.

2. Remove the top plate.

3. Notice that there are three thermostats, two on the top and one onthe side of the boiler. Locate the thermostat on the side of theboiler; notice that there is a red button on the top of thisthermostat. Press this button. You may not hear a click, or any othersort of indication that anything has happened.

>See the picture here: http://www.jlhufford.com/images/ranciliotherm.gif for a look at the thermostat in question.

4. Replace the top plate.

5. Plug in the machine and fire it up.

The machine needs to be reset when the boiler overheats. The boileroverheats usually only if there is a power surge or if the water runsout of the reservoir. To prevent the heating element from burning out,the thermostat kills power to the element. Keep your eyes peeled forany whitish residue in the water that comes out of the group head. This is an indication that the heating element may have been damaged,and the boiler may need to be replaced.

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE don't run your machine out of water! This,along with sediment and coffee oil build up are the primary reasons weget many machines in for repair.

check out for instruction manual at http://products.saeco.com/index.asp?id_paese=7

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How long have you had this machine? Before taking it to the repair shop, make sure it is not the wall outlet's lack of power. Plug it into a different outlet.

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U will require a manual to disassemble the machine and this is the link for the manual just click it.http://kitchen.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/saeco_coffee_makers/saeco_magic_comfort_type_sup_012de_espresso_machine.html

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First have you made sure the socket is working and checked the fuse in the plug, the next part would be to make sure there is no break in the cable, then you would have to take it apart and check that you have power there however you should not do this if you have not worked with electrics before as it can be very dangerous

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U will hav to to descale your machine to try out further...

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Make sure that both the tray and dump box are placed correctly- otherwise the machine will not start. Both have a switch and when that switches are not engaged, the machine will not turn on.

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Ok, so you can download a new user manual for your saeco coffee machine here http://www.coffeeshrine.com.au/user-manuals/

let me know if you have any specific question following this.

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YOu need to dismantle this unit to fix the jammed parts inside it if you have the servcie mnaul for this you can find the steps on how to dismantle it but if its still under warranty better take it to a servcie center to fix it for free.....

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Try to plug the different Ac mains and check if it powers on ,or check if the fuse is blown the in the machine...

Good luck...

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    Close the door and switch on the machine. The brew unit will move back into position.and then remove it ....

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You said the machine is not getting power? is the cable cut? if the cable is fine then:

  1. Check the fuse
  2. Check the power switch
After checking these two it may be a other component failure or maybe the cable is cut at some point. After checking these two I would suggest you take it to a professional or continue testing if you feel confidend about doing it , you might want to buy a service manual to help you, but Im not sure if one is available for this, I will see if I can find one.

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  • Ekse Dec 01, 2008

    Have you checked the fuse and the power switch on the coffee machine??

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