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Grinds the beans but doesn't pump water to them

Water won't pump out of tank

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Hi Bill
What happens when you do a tea ? (hot water only, NOT the steam button) do you also get little water ?
The fact that you are getting steam is good as there are 2 heating systems in the unit.
Have you ran the descaling recently (if you do not use filter ) ?
If you have or use a filter the problem is likely to be at the rear of the machine, however the back contents all the power and you will need to be happy to do some stripping down of the machine,
In the back you have the pump, valves, heater etc.
I am just about to draw up a flow chart of the water system inside the machine and have it published online (couple of days).
Are you happy to strip machine down ?

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My Saeco Xsmall stops before brewing the coffee


1- The grind fineness setting is too fine. Pump is not able to pump through the compacted coffee grounds.

2- The machine is not descaled. The Calcium deposits in the hydraulic system have reduced the pump pressure. The partially clogged water passages can generate a back pressure to reduce pumping pressure. Was the machine descaled in the past two or three moths? If yes, what was the descaling product used?
3- The pump may be air locked and not able to pump water.
4- Oily beans may have been used. Oily beans are poison for the all fully automatic espresso machines. This clogs the grinding chamber or the grinder outlet. This model is made in Romania made in 2006 or after. This machine has a Ceramic Burr grinder 2006 which is a huge problem to clean adjust beans quantity per shot of espresso etc. etc. Occasionally it will dump dry coffee grounds when the quantity of beans powder is insufficient.

Based on the above details, you can figure out what is wrong and fix it. See the exploded parts diagram included, for help. Services Unlimited Inc Parts Guru Since 1988

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What would cause the machine to grind the beans but not produce any coffee despite the water tank being full?


Your grinder setting might be too fine. Only adjust while the grinder is grinding -- set to a coarser grind. Have you tried the preground coffee dispenser? Again, use coarser ground coffee in case the sieve is getting clogged.

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Our Saeco Vienna Superautomatica sounds like it's grinding beans but keeps running until the red 'bean' light comes on and we have to shut the machine off. Any suggestions?


The grinder is timing out and stops if the beans do not enter the grinder. This happens because:
1- The grinder outlet is clogged and fresh beans cannot pass through the burrs.
2- The grind setting is too fine and helping clogging in the grinding chamber or the ground coffee outlet.
3- Operator may have been using dark roast oily beans. Like it or not, the dark roast oily beans do not make stronger espresso. Please stop using such beans in fully automatic espresso machines.
4- The grinder has already made over 2000 grinds and the burrs are blunted and not grinding beans as needed.
To solve this malfunction, clean the grinder. Make sure the grinder outlet to the doser is cleaned. This outlet passage is about 2 inches or more. To clean it, lay the machine on its back (water tank side) to allow better view of cleaning the doser and the passage of coffee from the grinder to the doser. Use the link below to find instructions for cleaning the grinder and replace the burrs.
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Poured water in my delonghi magnifica beans hopper.


Have you tried grinding a few cups of uncooked rice through the mechanism to see if this will shift the dried on coffee grounds. It worked for a friend of mine after several attempts

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Beans grind and are wet but coffee doesn't come out... it goes through the cycle and spits out a little. When cycle is complete, the water light comes on, but after priming the same thing occurs.


This tells me that either the grind is too fine and or the brew unit screen, and discharge tube needs to be cleaned. Try this first press the button for making a espresso using the manual function, do not add coffee through the door then press the brew button. If water flows freely then the grind is too fine, if you get the water prime error then the screen under the red o-ring on the brew unit needs to be cleaned.

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My Gaggia Titanium machine has a full tank of water and is full of espresso beans, but it will not pull water from the water tank to make the espresso. It grinds the coffee and then when its time for the...


Hi, It needs to be taken to a repairer. It should make two clicks, then the brew unit compresses, then it should pump water for coffee. It has issues that can not be fix by text. I live on the sunshine coast if thats any help. I do repairs. Dazza

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On my Manifica which is about 5 years old I get the message that the ground is too fine and to adjust it when I am trying to froth the milk. I have cleaned it, adjusted it , taken all the beans out and it...


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A grind that is too fine will result in your espresso being too bitter. Rinse between shots because the infuser clogs easily with black espresso muck. Not rinsing will cause the machine to shut down with a message that the "grind is too fine".
Try removing the beans from the hopper and use a vacuum to CLEAR/REMOVE any grounds and then adjust the grinder 4 clicks clockwise. Try turning the grinding regulator 1 click clockwise and see if that works.If not try inserting the water spout press the ok button and then run water a few seconds.
If you remove the water tank too early while it is making coffee it will display that message as well.

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When i push the button to make a cup of coffee, no water comes out, the bean ground, but no water, there is water in the tank.


There are a few of things that that might be.
1. It has to be reprogrammed. Push and hold through all the grinding, clicking, and when the pump starts, keep it held down and when it gets to the volume you want, then release. You can do it to all the coffee buttons.
2. You might have a blockage ion the brew head.
3. Your grind might be too fine. Adjust to a coarser setting(larger #)

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My Saeco won't grind the beans


There's moisture in the grinder & it's clogged - just dismantle the grinder & clean it, then ensure you don't splash water into the bean hopper when you fill the water tank.

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