Question about Saeco Syntia Espresso Machine & Coffee Maker
I was getting ready to descale. First, I disconnected the machine. Then, I cleaned out all the coffee beans. Finally, I titled the machine over the sink for the remaining beans to fall out. I connected my Saeco to the power outlet, and it didn't turn on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found a machine in my dentist's office with this exact same problem. I'm not familiar with the model, so I downloaded a manual for the closest model I could find online (the Sirius), and it offered no help -- but in 8 languages!
I ended up just pulling the drip tray, pulling the box where the grounds end up, and re-inserting the assembly (all while the machine was on.) When I buttoned it up again, it worked.
Hope this helps (although I can see how it might not...)
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
SOURCE: saeco wont stop descaling
In service menu there are 2 parameters you should look. First one - descaling - should be on 'done'. The second one is a counter - water used since last descaling - should be on 0.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
It is possible that the grinds chute is blocked, remove the brew unit and check the chute from the grinder chamber, make sure that it is not blocked with coffee grounds.
Posted on May 31, 2009
If you are talking about the descale light you must let the machine quit on its own. The lights will change. Then do the rinse by replacing the water in the tank and closing and then reopening the steam knob and again letting the machine quit on its own. Again the lights will change. Then repeat the last cycle until all the red lights go away and you only have a green blinking light. Stopping it when it is out of water will only let it continue on with the descale cycle. The pump must quit on its own.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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