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Starbucks Italia the shot is not coming out all the way. Just slow drips

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I would try to clean it out and see if it come out better

Posted on Nov 21, 2014

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Contact Saeco USA Inc. at 800-933-7876 (toll-free), ask for customer support, or contact SAECO via e-mail at : outlet@saeco-usa.com
If you are in the Maryland, Washington D. C. and/or Virginia area, I can provide you with the SAECO Service Center there.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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SOURCE: INSTRUCTION MANUAL

http://www.saecoparts.com/SaecoItaliaEspresso.html

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Starbucks Saeco Italia sup021 coffee dispenser stuck problem

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Open the front door. Remove the driptray. On the left back side of the brew group, there is a single screw. Remove the screw. Grab the handle and pull carefully, but firmly. The brew group should come out. There is a piece that remains in the machine. Slide the piece down and to the right and it will come off. Insert the piece into the hole on the backside of the brew group with the clip up. Tighten the screw and move brew group back into position. If your brew group did not come out call a service center.
To return the brew group to the centered position, you first need to drop the funnel. To do this look on the opposite side of the brew group from the handle. At the top you will see an object that looks like a sharks fin. Push the "Press" button and the shark fin moves up and down. If you follow this piece down you will see 2 horizontal bars on the brew group body. Push your finger between. these 2 bars and the funnel will drop. Now you can push the puck slide on the left side down and to the center. If you look down through the funnel you should see a piston. This should be centered in the funnel. If not just push the slide to the right until it does. Push the press button and you are now ready to reinsert the brew group in to the machine. First
you must close the door and turn on the machine without having the brew group in. You will hear the motor turn on and when it stops completely, open the door and insert the brew group.
Done

Posted on May 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Saeco Starbucks barista.Espresso drips.

There was an unusual high pressure problem, remove the shower and screw, then the 2 allen wrench screws and check the spring and valve seat, they may have shifted.

Posted on Mar 07, 2010

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SOURCE: Saeco Italia Digital Barista Fully Automatic Coffee Machine: the fill grinder light comes on (Saeco Italia,,not...

The grind might be set too fine.

Posted on May 20, 2010

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