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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably have a cracked or broken fuel line. It would be a good idea to replace both of them while you are at it.
If you need further assistance, just let me know.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
One cause for this is that one or both of the check balls in the piston are frozen in place. This can be caused by drying paint on the check balls or seats or, as is the case many times in our area, if you did clean the machine well with water without any airless conditioner in it, sometimes the water dries and leave behind minerals that 'lock' the check balls in the seats. Set the machine up in water and turn it on to prime. Using a hammer hit the pump head where the piston is working fairly hard. You are trying not to break anything but knock the check balls loose. If they come loose and water starts cycling through the system, let run a while to wash anything out before switching to paint. If this doesn't work, you may have to take the head apart to see why the check balls won't free up. It could be because of peices of dried paint that won't come loose by themselves.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
SOURCE: My machine won't brew. It
I believe your Saeco Coffee Maker needs a brew head cleaning. It can get clogged with coffee residue and oils. Or it could be a bent injector valve or gate valve. Try the following:
- Remove the brew unit. Hold the handle, now the left top side is the "brew head". There will be an outlet pipe that exits the front side, towards the door (L-Shaped). Remove the 2 screws holding it to the top, while holding the L-Shaped pipe. Once they are removed, lift the l brew unit assembly off (be wary, there is an O-ring, spring and rubber seal/disk at the end) Then remove the brew screen, by holding the screen with your finger and twisting the thumbscrew (with your finger not a key)
Under the screen is 2 holes (1 big one in the center, and a small one to the side)
- Put the brew unit upside down over a towel, insert a toothpick or a paperclip into the small hole and force anything out the other side. Use the toothpick/paperclip from this side to prevent damage to the seat on the other side.
- Clean the unit and then reassemble. Put the brew unit on towel right side up, now drop the crystal ball in first. Then the spring small on the crystal ball, followed by the O-Ring over the spring, then place the manifold on top of that with the pipe towards the machine. Re-fit your screws, and tighten them.
- Re-Install screen, and tighten with your fingers (Remember! Your fingers). The screen just needs to be flush with the bottom of the brew head.
If done correctly this should solve your problem.
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Posted on Aug 18, 2011
starving for fuel. first check for bad/old gas, then restrictions in the fuel delivery including fuel line, filter, or buildup of debris in tank or any sharp bends or 90deg. fittings. then pull the float bowl and make sure the float is regulating fuel fuel into the bowl, but most likely your main jet is plugged. use a fine piece of wire like guitar string to runthru the jet located at the lowest part of the carb that hangs down into the float bowl. the jet will be on the side or bottom of this lower piece. put bowl back on, get gas to the carb and recheck starting problem. good luck. R
Posted on Aug 27, 2012
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