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SOURCE: need saeco sin 006 manual (english)

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http://www.partsguru.com/SaecoRioProfi.html

Posted on Nov 01, 2009

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CANNOT DESAMBLE THE COVER


on my saeco royal there are a few hidden screws in the grinder hopper. torx bit # 15 i think. also under the front panel looking up.
not sure which part you are refering to...vapor knot?

Feb 11, 2014 | Saeco Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Traditional Home Espresso Machines Have the Following Parts:
1. A brass or aluminum boiler (16 to 40 oz. capacity).
2. A boiler outlet valve to help increase the pressure of water, before it is pumped through coffee grounds.
3. An oscillating pump with or without external thermostat.
4. A steam valve with a knob to open & close steam/hot water outlet.
5. Thermostat to limit temperature of water or steam.
Limit for espresso water temperature: 90°C to 98°C
Limit for steam temperature: between 127°C to 152°C.
6. A thermofuse to shut power supply when temperature in the boiler exceeds the higher limit (usually 185°C).
7. Solenoid valve (selected Gaggia models only).
8. A filter cup holder handle to place ground coffee for extraction of espresso.
The pump models generally are easy to open. In most brands, the top cover is fixed with two to four screws. In the Barista/Rio Vapore models, the top cover curves around to the back and the top has two screws. The front end has about 1/3" 90 degree fold. This folded lip is wedged between two plates. It may be necessary to use a long screw driver or other rod, pushed under the top cover, alternatively on either side of the machine to nudge the cover free and lift up. Note the slide along the left side in the picture below. Once the top cover is taken off, the entire internal set up can be viewed. The pictures below show two popular models:
1. Gaggia Model Espresso (without solenoid valve)
2. Saeco Espresso Classico (rapid steam model)




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Saeco rio profi making a loud noise no water coming out


Someone onCoffee Geek had this to say and it sounds like it could be the same problem:When I first got my machine--a steal from a fellow barista friend for $40!--It had been sitting dry for about 18 months, and I had the same problem with the pump. After trying some things myself, I eventually called the manufacturer's help line and was told I needed to manually prime it. I used a little squeeze bottle full of water to slowly fill the intake tubing with water and turned on the machine and opened the steam/hot water valve which turned on the pump. After some stuttering, it caught and has been fine ever since. So yes, I would recommend manually priming and then running water through the pump, boiler, and steam wand until all air is out of the system. Hopefully that will fix you up.

Aug 05, 2012 | Saeco RIO Profi

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Need saeco sin 006 manual (english)


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Oct 07, 2009 | Saeco Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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I have a starbucksw Barist esspesso machine. The handle that holds the coffee needed cleaning, and a little spring popped loose. Do you know where it might go?


http://www.partsguru.com/user/Barista%2005.01.pdf

Check here, all the parts are listed, it apparently may be the spring for the boiler seal.

Oct 03, 2009 | Saeco RIO Vapore

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Have it taken apart to replace gaskets, forgot to take photos of where the wires reconnect, any idea where I can get a wiring diagram?


http://www.partsguru.com/user/Barista%2005.01.pdf

Try here, I took mine apart and now the press holder where the coffee goes is loose. Do you remember any other gasket other then the one the screen holds in place?

Jun 27, 2009 | Saeco RIO Vapore

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Just started blowing the breaker. Late in the day so I turned it off.


4 grp Rio, probably running on a 50Amp breaker. Check the electrical connections on the pump(if you model has an internal pump it would be above the switch there is a 3 connector bridge.
Check the switch, there may be loose connection, also check the plug and receptacle.
Check the element connections that would be the most likely suspect for a breaker blow.
Check to make sure that nothing else is on the same breaker as the machine.

May 25, 2009 | Saeco Rio Vania Group 4 Espresso Machine

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NEED INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR STARBUCKS BARISTA TYPE SIN 006


Saeco made several models similar to the Barista type, but slightly different cosmetically. If you have the a Starbucks model, it is the same as the Rio Vapore. You can find an operating manual, along with parts and repair diagrams at partsguru.com. I'd download all of the manuals and diagrams in case you need them in the future. Here's the link (I have not had any dealings with partsguru.com personally).

http://www.partsguru.com/SaecoRioProfi.html

Aug 17, 2008 | Saeco RIO Vapore

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Rio Vapore Problem: Steam Leak


Hi Mike,

There are a couple of gasket you need to replace in the steam valve, if the steam pin is worn, then you have to replace that to.

Apr 30, 2008 | Saeco RIO Vapore

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Rio Vapore Problem


The nozzle could be clogged. You may wish to take it apart and I bet its clogged with calcium deposits.

Jan 02, 2007 | Saeco RIO Vapore

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