Question about Saeco Magic Comfort Plus Espresso Machine
Excess water into the drip tray is an indication that you don't have enough coffee going into the brew unit. There is a lever on the top of the door that has a + on one side and a - to the front. Push the lever back to the full plus, then pull it forward 1 click. Try that.
Water into the drip tray is normal in small amounts. This is the release of pressure after brewing, like the 3 way valve on commercial machines
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
The gasket on the brew unit might be worn or damaged, or the gaskets on the white plastic valve might be damaged, or the chamber under the white plastic valve might be filled with water and grounds because the small discharge hole to the drain tray is blocked.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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