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Need replacement steam wand sleeve

Starbucks Saeco Sirena Espresso Machine. On the steam wand there is a removable sleeve at the end. Inside the tip of the sleeve is a black plastic "nozzle" for lack of a better term. That nozzle has broken. I need a replacement nozzle or the whole sleeve.

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  • mdhgal Jan 29, 2009

    Ugh. Me too. I was hoping to find an answer here as well. Of course this happened about a week *after* the warranty ended!

  • beard4some Feb 23, 2009

    My removable steam handle has broken. I need to purchase a replacement...Any idea of where?

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    Can I order the small black plastic part which fits inside chrome frother for Sirena SIN025RX?

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I have th same problem...the rubber sleeve also slips down the wand because it has worn out. I found that stuffing tooth picks between the plastic tip and rubber sleeve helps a lot. However the whole tip is problematic because it shoots out weak steam when its on, but when i take it off and reveal the bear metal steam wand it works great, but not good enough for latte art.

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Http://saecooutlet.com/ has parts and help for the sirena machine

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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