Question about Saeco Vienna SuperAutomatica Coffee Maker/Espresso Machine
I have two of these machines, one of which works but is being used as a parts machine(but does work). The machine that does work was in need of a good cleaning. I cleaned all of the removable parts and decided to clean the coffee grinds that go into the machines internals. I removed the top of the machine cleaned the hell out of it and reassembled it. Now it won't power up, all the parts are installed correctly, and all of the switches were tested and worked. The machine has power, power is at the power switch, the power switch was tested and works, the fuse is not faulty. I thought that the board went, so I started disassembling my parts machine (after I confirmed that the machine works) I removed the top cover, decided not to go any further, then reinstalled the top cover. SAME ISSUE, the machine will not power up. Is there a safety switch that i'm missing?
There is a switch that shuts the machine off when the door is open, Be sure machine is on and all components in and press the switch manually and see if it comes on. Some times the switch gets cocked to one side and the activator on the door misses it. Let me know
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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