Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
Coffee is too watery and the puck seems too wet. We have descaled
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You say " I am getting a weak brew because of not being able to adust the grind to more coarse with the adjustment knob in the bean hopper" By making it more coarse you are making it weaker. Unless you just wrote it wrong. To make it stronger you should lower the grinder number to a smaller number. Usually about 4-6. Be sure you have the grinder grinding when you move it to a lower number. The pump noise could be that in shipping your pump came loose from it's mount. Nothing you can do without sending it to a Authorized Saeco Repair shop.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
First off is the a Delux model? If it is your Opti doser needs to be turned up a couple notches. Try turning it all the way to the + and then back off 1 click. Wet pucks have 2 solutions. Either the grind is too coarse or you don't have enough coffee in the brew unit to take up the air space and that leaves room for water.
Posted on May 23, 2009
The Multivalve seems to be stuck. When you start up the machine you should hear the multivalve turning 2 times, if it`s silent, the valve is defective. This valve is important to guide the water in the right direction. Contact your servicedealer and let them have a look. There`s also a small chance that the electronic board are sending wrong or no signals to the valve
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
SOURCE: Capresso C3000 Mega-weak coffee
I have a Capresso fo 7 years now, had few problems, but always solve them.
If youe machine does all the functions properly, but doesn't give you coffee, you should check if everytnhig goes into the grounds tray. If that's the case you may only have a broken "O ring" inside the pressing element. It makes the coffe, but throws it away instead of filling the cup. I had that problem, and it was the "O ring".
If the grounds dunped on the tray are dry, you're looosing the water in the back, probably on the relief valve.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Saeco Odea
I recently had this problem. I throughly cleaned and lubricated the brew group as directed by the manual. Apparently if the brew group doesn't move smoothly enough it won't grind the correct amount of beans. Try lubricating and then brewing 2-3 cups to have the machine recalibrate the grind amount.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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