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Saeco Vienna Deluxe

Hello, We have had our SVD for less than a year. Everything has been working great until this morning. The red light comes on after dispersing only a small amount of coffee. The catch trays are all in place and water and beans are there. I have tried to run the water through the steam valve and it eventually cuts out there too, with the red light (steady, not blinking) coming on. I can turn off the machine and turn it back on to reset but the same thing happens over again. I have descaled and cleaned the machine, even going so far as to remove as many beans and water as I can to "clear it out" but it doesn't work. Please advise! THanks! L.M.

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  • freetrouble Apr 26, 2008

    Same as listed...there is only one light. It is for beans, water, and caution(warning). Please advise.

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Ok which red light are you talking about. the water or the beans or the warning

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