Question about Saeco Incanto Classic Espresso Machine
In order for the light to go off, the machine has to stop pumping on its own, both in the descale and the rinse mode. If you stop it before its done it will still be in the descale mode.
Once it stops on its own, the lights will change. Then do the rinse by replacing the water in the tank and closing and then reopening the steam knob and again letting the machine quit on its own. Again the lights will change. Then repeat the last cycle (putting water in the tank and closing and then reopening the steam knob)until all the red lights go away and you only have a green blinking light. Now your finished descaling a compact without a digital display.
Posted on May 09, 2010
On our Saeco Italia we had to run the water tank dry before it would get out of the descale mode. I must have run 6 tanks of water through before we figured this out. You only need to run it without water until the water light comes on. Any longer and I assume you could damage the pump. I'm not possitive, but I think you have to run the tank dry when it has the descale solution in it and when you have clean water for the rinse.
Posted on May 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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