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I own a Saeco Royal Cappuccino. Quite suddenly the frothing attachment has stopped drawing the milk up through the tube to froth it. There is a little steam. Also the water/steam wand is not at it's usual pressure.Any suggestions would be most helpful.

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Hi,

If you try to make a cup of coffee, hold the button to see if there will comes some coffee, it can be the memory that have loose the settings. If so you have to program the machine again.
THANK YOU.....

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    ABHISHEK.C Dec 02, 2008

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He machine takes a little setting up to get the right grind and after that
it will give you an acceptable "short" pull espresso most of the time. It
occassionally dumps unbrewed grounds right thru for some inexplicable reason
but after that is usually OK

The steaming wand works pretty well with the "cappuccinatore" fitted also.
The only real problem I have had with either machine after 3 years is on the
steaming wand attachment - the gaskets wore thru last month. Also I think
the grinder burrs ahve virtually had it, but it has done a lot of service
first

Cleaning is pretty good also as you can just dismantle the bolt in bits and
put all thru a dishwasher once a week.

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What is the model number?

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

  • futureloginn
    futureloginn Dec 02, 2008

    Hi,
    Try to make a cup of water(tea), press the button for water.

    On the old Royal Cappuccino that are the button on the right down corner and the new machine had it on the upper right corner.


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    futureloginn Dec 10, 2008

    thanks


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