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Water leaking at the back of the machine.

It seems as if the seal around the valve where the tank in the back joins with the gasket of the body of the machine

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    I have a Saeco Vienna Deluxe which I purchase about 3 years ago. Water leaks when the machine is in use. Water is leaking towards the right side and on back. Once the coffee is dispense, I would hear a hissing sound. I went on the Saeco website but not able to open their site. Any help in getting the phone number to Saeco?

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It may be your boiler leaking and not the tank. If you can open the case, check your boiler for white chalk like build up around the seams. That would confirm you leak is from the boiler.
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Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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