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Saeco Sirena Espresso Machine...how can I get to the pipe from the tank to clean it?

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Sounds like you need to descale your machine

Read the manual under descaling

Here is a link to the manual

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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Where is the water intake hose on Starbucks Sirena espresso machine


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



https://www.cerinicoffee.com/content/Manuals/Saeco/Sirena_manual.pdf

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Aug 08, 2016 | Saeco Starbucks Sirena Espresso Machine

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Sirena Espresso Machine powers on but will not heat up and water not priming


After weeks of trial and error, I have found the solution, to prime the Starbucks Sirena Saeco Espresso Machine (woohoo!!!!!!!!!! ). You do not need to disassemble this machine, it will not heat unless it is prim WARNING: machine must be STONE COLD before attempting this! 1. Get a large syringe (Without a needle of course, I used a 60ml one I bought at a pharmacy for $3.) 2. Fill the water tank full 3. Pull off chrome tip on the steam wand to expose the black plastic jet where steam comes out. 4. Place the tip of the syringe onto the tip of the black plastic steam jet on the machine. 5. Push the power button ON. 6. Turn the steam knob clockwise all the way until the pump starts. 7. Press the syringe onto the jet firmly to seal the connection, and simultaneously draw the plunger out. 8. Quickly, release the seal and eject the air in the syringe out (into open air not into the machine) 9. Repeat steps 7&8 until water draws into the syringe. 10. Go make yourself a cup of coffee and celebrate that you overcame the flaw in this machines design that renders most of them to the rubbish heap.

Jul 12, 2015 | Saeco Starbucks Sirena Espresso Machine

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Looking for a place that will fix a sirena starbucks espresso machine


Go to the Saeco.com site. Saeco make the machine, starbucks just rebadge it at stick the price up.

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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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Sep 14, 2010 | Saeco Starbucks Sirena Espresso Machine

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I have a 14 month old Sirena expresso machine. It


Check the thermostat or element on the top of the machine.

Mar 16, 2010 | Saeco Starbucks Sirena Espresso Machine

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Sirena won't turn on - yes it is plugged in.


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).

Good luck

Mar 15, 2009 | Saeco Starbucks Sirena Espresso Machine

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