Question about Saeco Vienna De Luxe Espresso Machine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try this, the valve diagram shows that you twist the knob, but you left it up and down to adjust the flow. You could also check that the container you have the milk in, is lower in height than the cappuccinatore to help it siffin the milk up from its container. Make sure the cappuccinatore is fitted correctly pushed in fully and half fill a cup with milk and pull the valve adjuster up a small amount and push the button. It should start pushing steam out the cappuccinatore and then within a few seconds it should start siffining milk up the tube.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
you can check the fuses on the power board..there are 3 pcs of fuse ..check the microswitch on the side door,waste container and the brewing unit...it may solve your problem.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
Its called a thumbscrew. You have pulled the nut that was molded into it out. Don't use the key to install the new one. That is why they call it a thumb screw. Finger tight. Should be able to get it from one of the online vendors. http://www.partsguru.com carries it. Wholelattelove. 1st line.com
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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First I would check the switch on the bottom left side of the machine and make sure that it has not been turned off.
If it is on you may have a fuse out on the board. It is a very special fuse. It is a 35Ma timed lag fuse When we change them we put in a 50Ma Timed lag fuse with no problems, because the 35MaT is hard to find.
Posted on May 08, 2010
Auto descale: To automatically descale your machine, press the scoop button or menu button if you have one, and hold it down until you enter the menu. Use the arrows on the left to scroll down until you come to Descale. Press enter and the machine will enter the mode to descale your machine. The process takes about 45 minutes. You don’t have to do a thing except mix a full water tank with descaling solution and have a container under the steam wand when your start. To start the descaling process, simply turn the steam knob. When the process is over your machine will say "Descale finished". Remove your water tank and rinse it out. Refill it with fresh water. Replace on the machine and start the descaling process over again to rinse your machine. Go back into your menu and scroll up or down 1 to signal descale and enter. Choose "Yes" and push enter so the machine will tell you when you need to descale again.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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