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Water does not heat

Saeco Classico. Water is not heating. Pump works but water coming out remains cold.

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Equally likely to be the 95 Deg thermostat has failed.

Posted on Nov 21, 2010

  • Peter Engel Nov 23, 2010

    If the thermostat failed wouldn't the water still heat up but not stop heating at the 95 degree thermostat threshold?

  • Graeme Scott Nov 24, 2010

    I just fixed mine and it was the 124 deg thermostat.
    It is a Normally Closed thermostat so if it fails, it fails open and the boiler gets no power. Simple way to test is to see if there is continuity across the thermostat when the machine is cold, if there's no continuity, the thermostat has failed.

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More then likely it's the boiler.

Posted on Apr 27, 2010

  • Graeme Scott Nov 21, 2010

    Equally likely to be the 95 Deg thermostat has failed.

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