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The steam knob only turns 1/4 turn to left

I have a refurbished Saeco Royal Digital Plus - great coffee, works fine but I cannot get steam wand to work. It does dispense hot water no problem but I can only turn the steam knob 1/4 turn to left (only about 45 degrees out of possible 180 degrees for steam setting. Has anyone had this problem? I just opened the box yesterday. I dont want to force it.. might break.

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  • dago2me May 09, 2009

    how do I lubricate the steam wand valve on my Saeco Royal Digital Plus automatice coffee machine. It is very hard to close. I know I need to take it apart. Need a service manual to make sure I don't mess it up!

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!/4 turn is all the Magic and Royal machines will do. Don't try to turn it farther or you could break the steam valve.

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