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In absense of any how-to instruction manual I disassembled my Saeco Incanto Sirius machine and replaced the steam o-rings. I can't post the pictures here because of space, but e-mail me and I'll send you the pictures I took and a rec step by step. Oh, and Home Depot and LOwes do not stock this size o-ring. I ordered them from espressoparts.com for 73 cents each (shipping $6.25).
Thank you thank you!!! This problem has been irking us for months! The people in our company adore the coffee the Saeco Incanto Sirius makes so we just lived with the leak. The fix was such a simple thing, heh.
I used a cable tie to clean out the hole. The hole is very small - a design mistake, I'd say - and when I unclogged it I could see the cable tie coming out and coffee sludge flowing into the drip tray.