Question about Saeco VIA Venezia
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Big mistake. I left the power button and the steamer button on my Saeco Via Venezia coffee machine on overnight and now the machine does not appear to work at all. The steam release valve was closed and there is still water in the tank, but the machine does not make any noise (i.e., it's not heating water in the boiler) and there is no green light. I've turned the power off at the wall (fyi, I'm in Australia and we have switches on each electrical outlet to turn the power off and on) hoping that the machine would reset itself, but no luck. Any suggestions? Thanks everso,
They have a heat fuse attached to the side of the pump so when you do what you did that melts and does not damage the coffee maker
They charge $100 to replace which is a bit tough, you could bypass easily but could damage to machine it not careful
as we have two and one has just stopped pumping, not picking up water so maybe worn valves and I just have it all to bits and saw the heat fuse on the side of the pump,
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
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