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Have a Saeco Via Venezia I think it overheated and tripped its overheat switch, as it the light no longer comes on. I have taken the cover off however cannot find the switch, can you help me

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I believe you have a digital system, there is a thermal control setting in the system that may have been improperly set at the factory. We sent a new system back with the same problem and they made the fix.
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Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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