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Saeco Vienna grinds too much coffee.

My Saeco Vienna grinds too much coffee, and the grinder also appears to bog down eventually. When the brew cycle happens, the brew group becomes jammed, and the machine will indicate an error (likely from too much coffee inside the mechanism).

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Hi
If you have the Delux or Digital there are 2 knobs in the bean hopper. Turn the small knob back 1 mark and see if that will help.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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My Saeco magic deluxe needed the circuits relaoded. I followed the intructions and now my machine tamps first and then grinds the beans leaving me with weak coffee can anyone solve this for me ?


try this.

hit the external dosage button. Its the button on the top middle that controls when you want to put grinds in from the external shoot.

Do not place any coffee in there. then just press the normal brew button. it should brew more or less a cup of water.

then try brewing a coffee like normal and see if the problem fixes.

this happens because there is a little door in the grinder that hits a microswitch that tells the grinder to stop grinding.

This is supposed to happen when the grinder fills the brew group enough to click the microswitch.

Sometimes it does reverse itself like this.

The only other solution would be to open the grinder up and vaccum all grounds out and vaccum the grind shaft above the brew group on the side.

This will cause the door to go back to normal position.

If it doesn't work after that, the door or microswitch has gone faulty. But that is an extremely rare situation.

Hope this helps.

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Hello. I have a saeco vienna superautomatic


This happens due to condensation caused by steam developed at the end of the grinding cycle. Make sure that the grinding chamber is completely cleaned and dried before using the grinder.

  1. Turn the whole bean chamber to the right until it can be lifted off the base. This will allow you to clean the grinding wheel. NOTE: Never use water or liquid for cleaning the lower grinding section of this appliance.
  2. Clean interior recesses with a soft brush (not provided).
  3. Wash the whole bean chamber and lid and the ground coffee chamber and lid in mild detergent and water. These items are only dishwasher safe on the top rack of your dishwasher. Wipe exterior with a damp cloth. Do not immerse mill in water or any other liquid or place in dishwasher. Use only non-abrasive cleaners to remove stains.
  4. After completely drying, replace whole bean chamber. Important: when replacing whole bean chamber, screw on completely before setting grinding rate. Turn chamber clockwise (as viewed from top), until it will not turn. Fill with whole coffee beans for grinding and replace lid.
  5. Replace ground coffee chamber and lid, making sure it snaps securely into place.

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Long time for drip coffee.


Grinder is set to too fine. Lower grinder settings. Keeping the machine at current settings with drip extraction will result in brew group clogging, gear stripping, and/or dulling of grinder burrs.

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Re: no coffee comes out after the grinding and loading stages!


Sounds like your coffee grinder is grinding too fine. I would up the size of your grinder. The larger the numbers the coarser the grinds. Also, should descale the machine if you haven't in a while. One of these two things may help.

Also, if the above two things do not work you can try to clean out your grinder using the instruction #2 posted on the website http://cerinicoffee.com/Saeco_technical_documents.asp

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Hope Everything works out for you.

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Saeco Vienna De Luxe not transferring grounds to brew group?


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Make sure there not comming any damp into the grinder and the grinder is dry. If there was some damp in the grinder then you have to clean the grinder.

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Coarse Grind


il y a de l'eau qui passe en dessous du plateau avec du café moulu

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