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Saeco coffee machine

I descaled and cleaned the machine, but now it will only dispense hot water with no coffee in it. The grinder isnt working, I gave adjusted the grinding whell, but nothing!!

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Re: Saeco coffee machine


I think your grinder engine has broken and have to be replaced.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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