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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
so i guess our expresso you dont have that creamy topping that lack pressure descalcify not with vinegar remove caicium in chunks have a chance of blocking everything descalcifier solution melt the calcium 1part solution 1 part water fill the water with solution open the valve if some come out close it leave the solution in it for 15 minute repeat untill empty rinse very good cheers
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
Do you get coffee? If it is just no water/steam, could be a blockge in the steam wand, or blockage in water lines. First test easy one - the steam wand. If the steam wand is o.k- then check for blockages in water lines/components ( pump, boiler, steam boiler). If you do not feel confortable with testing all the untis where water flows, contact Saeco USA Inc. to locate a Service Center near you at 800-933-7876 (toll-free), ask for customer support, or contact SAECO via e-mail at : email@example.com
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
On other machines with the position switches, 2 turns on the whole machine (elements heatup and groups work). Position 1 turns on only the groups but the machine never heats up. I have never worked on an azkoyen, but the test switch could be for the the board and the autofill circuits, instead of the technician turning the machine to 1 to test those functions, they provided a test position on the switch.
Posted on May 22, 2009
Most likely it starts the espresso but stops after a few second because the unit is not getting the water flow information or the unit is blocked. You will know that you have a blockage because not water will come out of the espresso filter but most likely you get some liquid during the 4-10 seconds it operates. My unit has the same problem and I fixed by getting a new flow meter. This unit is installed after the water tank and has wires (3) going to the the power module.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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