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New boiler and o-rings

I have a saeco magic and it is not producing very much coffee, but the water tray is full, so I am guessing that the boiler and o rings have  a leak. Where can I get new parts that I can install. I live in Montana in a very rural area and there are no techinicans close. Thanks

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Re: New boiler and o-rings

The O-ring on the plastic pipe into the boiler deteriorates due to the high heat attained by the boiler. The O-ring can be replaced with a : #61 O-ring from Ace Hardware. STK No. 35775B Size 9/32 x 5/32 x 1/16
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I just finished the same repair and the leak is gone.
1. Remove 2 screws under the front lid and 2. Remove  2 torque head screws under the water reservoir.  The plastic head on the steam spigot needs to be removed.    - Twist the plastic nut at the top and slide the assembly off the tube.       Note the order of parts for reassembly. 3. Lift the cover assembly off. 4. Remove the spring clip from the nut on the plastic tube into the boiler. 5. Pull out the plastic tube. 6. To properly clean out the old O-ring, Remove the nut from the boiler. 7. Reassemble the nut to the boiler using teflon plumbing tape. 8. Slide the 2 O-rings onto the plastic tube.  9. Give the O-rings a light coating of vaseline and insert into the nut. 10. Slide in the retaining ring.      This will require that the brass ring on the plastic tube be pressed firmly into the nut. a small         screw driver seems to work well. 11. Reassemble cover.
This repair is valid for the Saeco Magic automatic coffee maker.

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Re: New boiler and o-rings


Do you have any type number on the machine?

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