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A common place for a leak under the machine is the barista seal that goes in the bottom of the boiler around that eject rod. Barista seal part number is MS5002202, Seals on the tamping piston are MS5002040 (there can be 1 or 2 of these piston seals) If fixing the leaks does not fix error 6 then I expect it will end up being the distributor. Part number MS2A01500
Your machine have different small problems.
First the steam is not working since during descaling one small scale part blocked in one poind the pipe or valve so the water can not pass and create steam out.
The second problem you describe is that the thermostat which is located on the thermoblock-boiler is not working properly so it does not switch off heating thas you have overheating and thus the valve explosion when the pressure go very high. Also if you try to make a coffee with this very high pressure so very hight temperature then the coffe will burn so you will have atery coffee without cream.
So your machine need to desasembel and manual descale pipes and valves and also to replace the thermostat.
It worh it if you can do it your self or if you find a service that will not charge a lot since you mostly need labour and not parts.
Good luck and thank you for voding
check to see if your steam nozzle is clear unscrew tip and clean also run descaler thru to make sure steam tank is clear if still not ok steam tank thermostat may be faulty need to service machine hope this helps
Try open for steam, it could be that there`s an airbubble inside the fluidsystem. Or maybe check the manual if ypu need to empty the system after using the steam, I know some older models has to be ventilated after the steamprocess.
Fill beans before they run out!
If you hear the grinder running empty, press the same button you pressed to start making coffe to cancel the current cup -or, if some beans were ground, stop the water a bit earlier to make a shorter coffe using the same method (press the button you pressed to start the cup). The auto-detect of beans missing is a very minor and largely useless feature.
If the machine also did not work again, you have blown an internal fuse or the boiler heater has failed. If lots of steam came from inside the machine when it went bang, you have probably blown a hose, or a safety valve blew off because the heater failed to regulate temperature. Good luck, Saeco are expensive people!