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I own a Saeco Via Venezia espresso maker. The steam button no longer works. It won't stay in when pressed. Is there a way to fix the button without returning the machine for servicing? Thanks.

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SOURCE: steam works, coffee doesn´t

Hi,

Try to prime the machine.
Open the steam knob and press the buttom for coffee, when the water comes, close the steam knob.

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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SOURCE: Saeco via venezia coffee machine wont prime

Turn machine on and make sure that the knob is fully opened, if the pump does not engage(vibrate) then either the machine is not getting power or there is a problem with the pump.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Saeco Via Venezia leaks water from front top overhang.

That is not normal, this tells me that the pump has too much pressure that it is forcing water through the brew unit, or the expansion valve(if your model has one was not set properly). Is there a high pitch noise when the pump is running. If yes then it is the expansion, if no then the springs and the valve pins in the brew valve(small white plastic piece behind the brew unit) needs to be replaced.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Saeco Via Venezia STEAM

exchange it...

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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SOURCE: We just got a Via Venezia espresso maker. When I

put the rubber gasket in, then the pod basket, then the pod

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It sounds like a heating element has gone out, you have seriously hard water that has damaged the system or you have a burned circuit. Without doing something I would not recommend with that type of system your only real choice would be to send it back for repair. If it is brand new it should have a 1 year warranty.

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Your best bet would be Saeco.

Their contact information is:

Saeco USA Inc.
7905 Cochran Road
Suite 100
Glenwillow, OH 44139

800-933-7876 (toll-free)
440-528-2000 (phone)
440-542-9173 (fax)

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Hi,

Try to prime the machine.
Open the steam knob and press the buttom for coffee, when the water comes, close the steam knob.

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