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I think the circuit breaker inside the machine is tripped. Am I able to reset it myself?

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  • lmanzardo May 06, 2008

    We were not able to locate the thermal fuses we brought it to a certified repair shop. They replaced them and repaired a leaky steam connection for $125.00...ouch!! But it is working great. Could you describe where the fuses are located in the machine? Had I been able to locate them, I would have attempted the repair myself.

    Thank you!

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    Cannot plug machine in as there must be a short somewhere as it trips the gfi when I try to plug it in


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I have a Saeco Italia, and it died one day. NO lights, no sign of life. It has two thermal fuses inside, I had blown one. Replaced it from Cerito Coffee in NYC and worked fine- untill next problem. the Italia has fuses, no circuit breaker as far as I know.

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