Question about Saeco Vienna De Luxe Espresso Machine
After the beans are finished grinding and the grounds are pressed, I can see a small stream of water trickling out in the gap between the body of the brewer and the swing out door. It is close to the area where the frothing wand is located. It still makes good coffee, but it seems like pressure is escaping from the brewer causing water to leak. Also, as the brewer goes through its cycle and the brew group mechanism is moving, it sounds a bit more noisy than ever before. The brew group is cleaned often and seems to move freely through its range of movements when removed. Any suggestions are appreciated.
You have a split in or a loose conection where the water pipe conects to the boiler so water comes from there and the lack of pressure is making the machine work harder which makes it sound bad
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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