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Cannot get the buttons to reset to the original settings on my saeco sirena. Any suggestions?

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Try shutting it down by removing the AC plug for a few minutes

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I think those are made to fill but do not have a water hose. See the manual here.



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Is there a 1-800 # I can call to speak with a person about my Sirena espresso machine issues?


Here is contact information for Saeco:

Saeco USA 7905 Cochran Rd. - Suite 100 Glenwillow, OH 44139 Call:1.800.933.7876 Fax: 1.440.542.9173 www.saeco-usa.com - infosaecousa@philips.com ...
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I have had the same problem, it was caused by poor connection at the power cord (machine end). The contacts inside the cord end are poor. I swapped out the original cord for one I had kicking around (from old computer monitor), and the machine came back to life. Just make sure the wire gauge is the same as original (18 AWG).

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