Question about Saeco Classico Espresso Machine
I found a solution to the problem on another website. It was suggested that an air lock was likely the problem if it wasn't the heating unit. The answer was to flush out the lock by opening the steam valve & running the water through it a few times (by activating the espresso switch). I had tried doing that with no luck before, but the trick was to do it a number of times to completely clear the air lock. It worked, and my machine is now working properly again.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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