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Coffee machine pours water underneath

My saeco odea go pours water underneath the machine; it doesn't take on single decent coffee, waste the majority of coffee and the water start to drip in final phase. Everything is embedded on the inside so i don't understand why the machine do this. It's the first time this happens. The machine doesn't have one year, and it's only problems.

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If its in warrenty send it back.

But it seems like the rubber seal on the inside somewere has been broke or just worn, this keeps the coffee machine preasurized so try replacing this, have a look through your manual it should tell you how to replace this.

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Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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