Question about Saeco Vienna SuperAutomatica Coffee Maker/Espresso Machine
Take off the water tank, you will se one screw in the chassis, look in the beenhopper and there will you see two screw, loosen this to. Open the door and look up to the right corner and left corner there will you see one screw in each corner, loose this. take of the steam knob. Take of the top.
Look at the right corner and you will see one screw that has to be loosen. If you have to change the boiler you can put a screwdriver in the hole on the right side between the top and chassis and ****, now you can lift up all and work with it on the table.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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