Question about Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines
I bought a Starbucks Saeco Sirena espresso maker a month. Now it has a problem that the blue water light does not go off even though there is water. The light is on steadily (not blinking). I just can't reset the light. I tried lifting the water tank, wiping the bottom plug, putting it back. I tried a few times, it still does not work. With the blue water light on, the machine simply does not work.
Greatly appreciate your help!
The problem is that the manual says "Press the on botton, the light will blink and priming will begin" but this is completely inaccurate. If priming is needed the machine will turn on, the "water" light will blink and nothing will happen.
What needs to be done is to turn the machine on and move the steam/hot water knob clockwise. The pump will activate and churn away and then stop. Just repeat this step until water flows to finish priming. HTH
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Follow the procedure in the owners manual for priming the unit - this should resolve the problem.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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