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When using steam wand I get steam to sputtering to a straight flow of water back to more steam and then more sputtering. What could be the issue?

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Hi,

How old are your machine?
How often do you descale the machine?

I think it can be the flowmeter in the machine that needs to be replaced.
Try to descale the machine to see if it help.

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Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Hot water come out from steam wand when pumping Saeco Classico

Gasket on steam valve is worn. Replace gasket and or steam valve.

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SOURCE: Lost a piece of the black plastic steaming wand

Check with WholeLatteLove, yes I know the only have gaggia parts, its the same thing.

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High pressure air using a blowgun?

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Barista athena


I have just had a similar problem. Water no longer moves through the steam wand when I try to prime it. Instead, water shoots through the shot handle (or screen if handle is not in).

One thing I did notice is that the dial for the steam wand unscrewed too far and basically popped out. I screwed it back in and the water did not ever come out of the wand again. I took the top lid plate off and unscrewed the wand dial and removed it. I put it back and noticed that there is a little metal spring switch underneath that I assume turns the wand pump on.

Attached to the dial is a plastic sleeve with a flat side. When the dial is turned, this sleeve should turn the switch on. I noticed though that the sleeve is creeping up the shaft towards the dial head which makes it miss the spring switch.

I don't know what kept the sleeve in place before. Probably a plastic stop that has been worn away from use. There is an allen screw in the sleeve, but tightening it doesn't seem to keep it in place. Perhaps inserting a spring in between the dial and the sleeve would work, but the sleeve cannot be taken off to do this. No other answers right now. My wife is not happy the lattes have dried up.

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