Question about Saeco Odea Go
It could be a few things. Could be a loose wire on the inside that came undone. It also could be the high limit thermofuse kick off in the machine to protect itself. Worst case it could be the electriconics themself. Doesn't sound like it, but you have to look at every possible angle.
If its still under warrenty you can rma it, if not you have to send it in. Reseting the high limits on the newer model machines is alittle bit of a headache and should be done only by a certified saeco tech.
Why does it happen? If you leave the machine on for elongated periods of time and the boiler evaporates all of the water, to protect itself, the high limit thermofuse pops to stop the boiler heating elements from heating up. Think of it like an emergency kill switch. It shouldn't cost much to reactivate them if that is the problem, its just the hassle of getting into the machine.
Saeco in the future may find an easier method of reseting the thermofuses, hopefully an external solution so we don't need to open the machine up every time.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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