Question about Saeco VIA Venezia
My machine, Via Venezia, died totally and I did find a definite problem to it. I found that the electronic element (possibly a diode ??) that is located on a live wire (brown) going directly to the turn-on switch has stopped functioning. This element had a transparent plastic sleeve around it. I cannot read much off of it, possibly it says R 162C, it looks like a small metal cylinder, 0.5 inch long. What is it ? What are the parameters so I can buy it and replace it. A wiring diagram would be helpful. I found a wiring diagram here on the net posted earlier but the resolution is so low I cannot read off of it, not the details at least. Thank you.
Its an inline fuse you can pick one up from radioshack, just make sure you connect in in the right direction, check the shape.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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