Question about Saeco 00034 Incanto Sirius Super Automatic Espresso/Coffee Machine
I have an Incanto classic, the grinder suddenly started playing up and would stop halfway through the grind and the warning light would flash indicating motor or grinder jam. I have replaced the motor and have checked the grinders and all seems okay but still the same problem, could it be the sensor unit under the grinder? cant think of anything else. anyone have any ideas?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Saeco Incanto "grinder blocked"
there is nothing like sensors.but for sure there are gears which helps the grinder motor to rotate and the gears are been stucked by something so the motor is nor able to run the grinder.and this problem occurs.try cleaning that internal gears.it will solve your problem.
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Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: Stuck grinder
Thanks! It does not seem to be damp. I emptied the bean box and vaccum cleaned the grinder - I did not see any beans blocking the grinder. What would the next step be?
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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
This has happened to me twice. Usually caused by a trapped bean in the grinder. Here is how I fixed it. It is easy.
Inside the plastic bean hopper is a screw located in the bottom. Remove it and lift off the hopper. Have someone help you as you turn the machine upside down to remove all the beans. Use a tooth pick or a wooden skewer to pick out any beans lodged inside the grinder housing. Once completed, return the unit to its upright position.
Look inside the hopper and locate the grinder stem which is gold colored. On top of the stem is a hex bolt. Take a hex wrench with a 7/16 hex socket, connect it to the grinder hex bolt and turn it "counter clockwise" about half way which is the same direction the grinder turns. Add some beans and see if it works. If not, turn the hex bot "clockwise" a half to a full turn. Add beans and check.
This helps move the grinder out of its "stuck" position.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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