Question about Saeco Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
If it's under warranty, call Saeco for guidance. If it's not, CAREFULLY clean every possible part using small brushes (old toothbrushes work well, as do coffee percolator/straw cleaning brushes. They're long and skinny and have a long wire stem and handle. found mine at Bed Bath and Beyond), q-tips and "canned air," like "Dust-Off" I'ts available at walmarts, some grocery stores, electronics shops, big box stores, etc.
if you REALLY feel daring and know a little bit about a lot of stuff, and it's NO longer in warranty, labeling every single piece as it's removed, take the machine apart as far as needed to see whether the problem is mechanical (dirty or clogged), or electrical/electronic. then re-assemble and test. ;-) good luck and hope you get it running!
Posted on Apr 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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