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I have a new seaco royal professional the milk throther, rather then **** the milk in through the tube it blows steam straight through

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Aren't you supposed to foam the milk in a seperate container with the steam wand?

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I have a Saeco Royal Professional. My problem is that the cappucinatore is not sucking up the milk. We've rinsed it with water and it still doesn't **** up the milk.


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If you still have the pin in the top of the cappuccinator, try twisting it when the cap. is steaming. Twist slowly until it starts to draw milk up the tube. If you don't have the pin that is the problem.
There is a flat side on the shaft of the pin that causes the suction when the steam passes the pin. If you don't have the pin you can get any suction.

Dec 31, 2010 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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I have a seaco royal coffee machine and it keep telling me to fill water tank when its full. what can i do


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Go into the menu.
Scroll with the arrows on the panel until you get to "Direct Water Connection".
Push the menu button, and chose "OFF", then push the menu button again, then esc. button twice and it should go away.

Dec 04, 2010 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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I have a Seaco Royal Professional coffee machine and it is telling me to ventilate, what does this mean and how do I fix this problem?


Just try to pour some hot water out from the steam wand after some seconds the veltilate massage will go out. This mean that any steam or air blocked in the water system must get out from steam wand.
Good luck

Jul 26, 2010 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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How can I make the milk hotter using the cappuccinator?


Yes you can make a small trick for that. You can use a sqweeter on the milk silicone hose so the milk can flow with more dificalty as long as you can see milk flowing this can be up to 78 C . You should keep the cappuccinatore very clean since you will need the steam to come as easy as possible

Feb 04, 2010 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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Saeco royal professional excesive hot water and steam though capp


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These machines run water through the boilers and is heated to either 192 degrees for the main boiler or 250 degrees for the steam boiler. There is mineral in all water except distilled. That mineral deposits itself inside you boilers and needs to be removed. I guessing that the water hardness in your menu is set on 1, but should be set on 4. You need to descale more often than not enough or you get what is happening to you right now. I am hoping that a good descaling will do the trick, but it might take 2, that it needs. Use a commercial descaler for espresso machines, not vinegar which will leave a taste for about 2 weeks.

Oct 25, 2009 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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On our Seaco Professional the water tank is full but says empty


On the corner of the water is there a black rectangular float, if yes then the water sensor is probably not connected.

Mar 27, 2009 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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Cappuccinatore Milk Temperature on Saeco Royal Pro Machine


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First open it up and run it without any milk attached until just mostly steam is coming thru. Turn off - then drop the tube into a jug of milk which is locted below the outlet. If its steaming, the milk will be heated up ok - it may need flow adjusting - lift the thin 'plug' near the tube up and down to adjust flow. You can add to the froth by lifting the tube out of the milk for a moment then back in again a few times.

To clean the unit just run clean water tru as tho it was milk until it comes out totally clear (about 1/4 cup). For hygiene sake make sure the tube is wiped clean on the outside with a clean paper each and every time when finished.
You can flush your main coffee lines out by making out its doing a large preground coffee - but don't put any preground in.

Select preground - select large coffee and go. Pays also to remove the brew unit and wash in warm water once a week - saves coffee goo building up and causing it to stick.

Feb 21, 2009 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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Saeco cappuccinatore not taking milk, instead blowing some steam into milk


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.

Cyril

Sep 27, 2008 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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also check that the milk is cold. temperature makes a big difference. also try pulling the "pin" on the side up and down to get the milk flowing.

Jun 10, 2008 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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Saeco Royal coffee machine


There is probably something wrong with the milk frother. I would purchase a new one before having the machine serviced. 

 

http://cerinicoffee.com/cappunicatore_Royal_white.asp

 

 

Apr 30, 2007 | Saeco Royal Professional Espresso Machine

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