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Try filling both water and the milk container with the correct decalcifying solution - just slit the 500 ml that results from the 1:1 mixture and - without the coffee capsule - press the cappucino button. Instead of cappucino you will get the decalcifying solution running through the entire system including the connector for the milk container (unlike the recommended decalcification method where you use the extra nozzle). Good luck - worked for my machine which only produced steam but no milkfoam...
CHECK THE FUEL FILTER FIRST. BY PASS IT WITH A DOUBLE BARBED FITTING WITH HOSE CLAMPS. IF STILL WON'T STAY RUNNING THEN CHECK THE FUEL BOWL FOR DIRT,SAND, DEBRIS .ITS LOCATED ON THE BOTTOM OF THE CARBURETOR.MAKE SURE YOUR FUEL DOESN' SMELL LIKE TURPENTINE OR HAS WATER OR ORANGE LIQUID IN THE BOTTOM OF THE FUEL TANK-THIS IS WATER. TRY REMOVING THE FUEL TANK CAP AND STARTING WITHOUT IT FIRST-IF IT STAYS RUNNING THEN THE SMALL OPENING IN THE CAP IS CLOGGED WITH DIRT.
We had exactly the same problem. I called the repair shop that had done some repair and maintenance work on our Seaco Vienna superautomatica 3 months before. They had some suggestions which seemed to work:
The problem with the descaling is that the water with the descaling solution only gets flushed through the hot water wand but not through the outlet that leads to the brew group, so small mineral residue that get loosened can get stuck in there. After having the coffee machine turned on and heated up, I removed the brew group, which turns the coffee machine off automatically, so I have access to the water outlet (nozzle) in the back behind the brew group. It has 2 orange caskets and is of a beige color. A small lever on the beige part can be pushed upwards carefully with a fingernail or small screw driver. This releases some steam and pressure so if something is stuck in that outlet it might get flushed out. One can also try to gently insert a tooth pick at the end of the nozzle to loosen stuff. I repeated this procedure a few times after the machine heated up again.
So far it worked and it brews normal coffee again.
Common on Armonia... There is no water in the system, so the pump is pumping air!! you have to push on the usual button but make sure the hot water button (for tea for ex) on the right side (same as steam opening valve) of the machine is open. This will allow the water to re-flow through the system. Once water is coming out again, close hose, and stop water button. Once hose is closed, and you repush the water button, it will flow again through the coffee hole. Voila