Question about Saeco 00034 Incanto Sirius Super Automatic Espresso/Coffee Machine
This is a recurring problem and the service people at the Ohio facility don'tr seem to be able to fix it.
It started with my Incanto Rondo that I took back about 5 times (luckily for me, I work within 5 minutes from their facility). After a couple of weeks of use, it stopped steaming the milk, steam was running out inside the machine, through the steam valve. If I took out the brew group and jiggled the little plastic piece at the bottom end of the steel pin (between the two o-rings), it would snap down and I could steam a cup of milk.
After the next brew cycle it would hang up again.
On and on and on.
Saeco actually gave up and give me a Sirius in place of the Rondo. It worked fine for about 3 months and it too now developed the same exact problem.
Grandpamike im pretty sure our a guy it lot of experience in coffee machine you probably already know that but maybe in our city the water very hard . maybe you have calcium in water valve a couple of descaling maybe the solution take care grandpamike cheers
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Oct 28, 2015 | Televison & Video
I have the later model (CVA 4070) and the setup is lightly different. I have not worked on your model however I think there are only two parts that need to be checked. 1. Steam Valve (located in door and part of the steam knob). This is the likely cause and the problem is that it's either dirty and can be disassembled and cleaned or it has worn parts inside that need to replaced. 2. Steam Solenoid (inside unit before steam heater). These generally block and thus result in lower pressure but perhaps this one is having trouble closing. If your technically minded I would disassemble steam valve in door and clean and inspect all parts then re-assemble. If this does not fix problem then replace any suspect parts in the steam valve. ie o-rings. Testing 2 is more complex. You could do this via the Service Mode. Please Note ... DO NOT WORK on this machine unless power plug is removed from mains socket. Regards
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