Question about Saeco Vienna De Luxe Espresso Machine
I have a Vienna Deluxe that has operated well for over three years. Recently I have had intermittent leaks from the water reservoir. It appears that water reservoir valve is not making a good seal with the appliance causing water to stream down the back of the machine. Is there a way to replace the gaskets on the reservoir tank or machine??
Saeco use the same seal under the grey plastic ring on most of their coffee machines so it should be easy to find a replacement from any Saeco, Spidem or Gaggia service centre.
In most cases the seal isn't worn, it just isn't sitting right, so remove the grey cap (two flat screw drivers to lever from both sides at the same time helps) and reposition it. This is usually all that is needed if the problem is only intermittent.
Also check that there isn't anything sitting in recesses where the legs of the water container sit. It only takes a tiny bit of dirt to stop the container sitting in far enough to seal.
However, make sure the leak isn't coming from the container itself. Hold the container up with water in it and see if it drips. Check the the spring is clean.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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