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Saeco syntia - error message 'problems with the water circuit'

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Hi,
I read your post. Could you explain me this problem?
Me too have a syntia, but I never saw this error message.
What kind of symbol do you see?

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Posted on Jul 12, 2010

  • jbrightman57 Jun 26, 2011

    Its like a little "bomb" with a backward "S" to the right of it. I looked in the booklet and that's where it showed the symbol and said "Problem with water circuit".

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I have a 6-month old Saeco Syntia coffee machine. The display reads "Problem with Water Circuit". Is this something I can fix myself? I've lost the store receipt. Thank you. Joanne

Posted on Jun 26, 2011

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