Question about Saeco Incanto Classic Espresso Machine
After about a month with this brand new machine it is telling me to ventilate, but when I try to it will not let any water out of the frother. The machine will make an espresso but not froth or release water out of the frother. It does not need to be descaled. Yes I can send it back to the company, but I bought it so when my sister who LOVES latte's is here she could use it, she is coming TODAY. Is there any DIY fixes??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A tech just walked me thru one fix. If it is stuck on ventilate it could be just because the value is stuck. He instructed, quickly open the value. As soon as it makes the "hum" pull off the silver knob and push hard on the beige button as if you are pushing it to the other side of the machine. For me this worked!
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
There are 2 inserts pins in the steamvalve assembly, they need to be replaced replace. Easiest solution order a new valve assembly.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: saeco wont stop descaling
In service menu there are 2 parameters you should look. First one - descaling - should be on 'done'. The second one is a counter - water used since last descaling - should be on 0.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
If you are talking about the descale light you must let the machine quit on its own. The lights will change. Then do the rinse by replacing the water in the tank and closing and then reopening the steam knob and again letting the machine quit on its own. Again the lights will change. Then repeat the last cycle until all the red lights go away and you only have a green blinking light. Stopping it when it is out of water will only let it continue on with the descale cycle. The pump must quit on its own.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Check the end of the steam nozzle, make sure it is not blocked. If not then with the knob open for hot water cycle push in on the knob if that works then the tap rod assemble or the steam valve needs to be replaced.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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