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No warming My Saeco Royal Prof is not warming up. I know the reason. The thermal protection fuse of the boiler is burned-out. I can replace it, but I don't know the max temperature value (it is unreadable on the fuse). Need help.

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Replace the thermal protector on a Saeco Espresso machine.


This expresso machine is a double boiler unit and the thermal fuse is located in the steamer boiler (boiler closest to the top of the unit). The fuse is actually wedged into the steam boiler. Make sure the unit is unplugged. Remove the water reservoir then remove the 4 screws that hold the reservoir housing in place (you will need a torx wrench for 2 of the screws). Next remove the warming lid on the top of the unit by lifting it from the back. Remove the 4 screws that hold the metal upper cover in place. You may need to remove the 2 screws that hold the front panel in place to have enough room to loosen the thermal fuse fixing plate. Unplug the wires that plug into steamer knob control unit. Remove the protective cover to the steam boiler. Loosen the screw to the thermal fuse fixing plate. Remove the thermal fuse and replace with new fuse. Do not solder in the new fuse otherwise you may cause the fuse to fail due to the heat of soldering. The original fuse is a 233 Celcius and 15A. I purchased a thermal fuse from radio shack that is rated at 228 Celcius and 10A (http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2102788). So far it works fine. You can also purchase thermal fuses from http://www.goodmans.net/get_list_632_2.htm. For a schematic go to http://www.saecoparts.com/user/Sirena SIN 025RX explodeddiagram.pdf.

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Jan 02, 2015 | Saeco Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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When I turn on the machine it says warming up and rinsing but it doesn't rinse and I can't get it to make a coffee it won't go past rinsing


Probably overheat protector thermal switches on the water boiler is tripped. Need to open the machine and reset those switches by pushing in the pins on the switches.
OR the element on the boiler is blown.

May 25, 2010 | Saeco Royal Digital Plus Coffee...

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My Starbucks Sirena Espresso Machine wont turn on. nothing happens. nada zip. I suspect its the power button itself. Do these things have fuses?


The thermal fuse in my Starbucks Sirena Expresso Machine failed. You will know if it has failed if you unit doesn't turn on and/or your unit doesn't produce steam. This expresso machine is a double boiler unit and the thermal fuse is located in the steamer boiler (boiler closest to the top of the unit). The fuse is actually wedged into the steam boiler. Make sure the unit is unplugged. Remove the water reservoir then remove the 4 screws that hold the reservoir housing in place (you will need a torx wrench for 2 of the screws). Next remove the warming lid on the top of the unit by lifting it from the back. Remove the 4 screws that hold the metal upper cover in place. You may need to remove the 2 screws that hold the front panel in place to have enough room to loosen the thermal fuse fixing plate. Unplug the wires that plug into steamer knob control unit. Remove the protective cover to the steam boiler. Loosen the screw to the thermal fuse fixing plate. Remove the thermal fuse and replace with new fuse. Do not solder in the new fuse otherwise you may cause the fuse to fail due to the heat of soldering. The original fuse is a 233 Celcius and 15A. I purchased a thermal fuse from radio shack that is rated at 228 Celcius and 10A (http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2102788). So far it works fine. You can also purchase thermal fuses from http://www.goodmans.net/get_list_632_2.htm. For a schematic go to http://www.saecoparts.com/user/Sirena SIN 025RX explodeddiagram.pdf.

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I have a Saeco Espresso machine that has recently stopped working. The machine is probably 2 years max old. Type SUP016RE, Model: Royal Prof. Has power going to it, however nothing further? Look forward to...


If you open the top cover,1,check the switch on the side is working, 2,check the fuses behind the circuit board is ok,3,under the water boiler there are thermoswitches ...if they are re-settable, push the pins in,and 4,more seriously the circuit board failure which you have to take it to the service center. Hope it helps.

Jan 19, 2010 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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Saeco Royal professional is stuck on rinsing and warming up. Although the screen says this, it is actually doing nothing that is apparent. Thank you


Hi
Couple of things will cause this.
You have a bad board or the sensor on the back of the boiler is bad or not making good contact with the board. Its the double green wires, that go from the sensors unless you have one of the new machines that has the double yellow wires.

Jan 09, 2010 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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Machine will not move past Warming Up start up


check with voltmetar your element on boiler for espresso,element need have continuidi,and check reset button if your machine have button on tank,and check small fuse on tank(with white rubber around)

Aug 24, 2009 | Saeco Royal Digital Plus Coffee...

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Have a saeco royal digital plus, when trying to steam milk I get a short burst of steam then lots of hot water


If you model has dual boilers then the steam boiler is damaged, if it only has a single boiler, then either the thermostat on the boiler or the cpu board the tell is to pulse steam is damaged.

Jul 16, 2009 | Saeco Royal Digital Plus Coffee...

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Saeco vienna digital not steaming !!


Hi
If you get water through the wand, you may have a thermal fuse that is blown or the element in the steam boiler is gone. Let me know if you need one.

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My Saeco Vienna made me a cup of coffee this morning, but know the light won't go on. Please help.


If you push the power button and the machine will not turn on and it a newer machine there is a reset button on the side of the boiler that needs to be pushed. This will get you power again. If the machine is older than 3 years there is a thermal fuse on the side of the boiler or a reset button on the back side that you can push but if that won't solve the problem you probably need a new board or power filter.

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Need new boiler 230V-1090W where to buy?


Hi,

The spare part number on this are:

9019.A61.00A (main boiler)
0334.R11.00A (rapid steam boiler)

Go to www.saeco.com and find a store near you.

Jul 22, 2008 | Saeco Royal Digital Plus Coffee...

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