Question about Saeco Magic De Luxe Espresso Machine
Set the grinder to its courses setting.
there are 2 screws.
a rubber fitting is under the plastic compartment.
before moving anything. mark where that setting is. Then turn it until either the blue lines or the red lines are next to eachother.
you'll know you did it right because the top burr with come off easily.
Clean it out with a vac carefully.
slap it back on, turn back to the market setting and replace adjuster arm (be careful, it can break easily).
Should be good to go at that point.
I usually recommend it being brought in for service due to the grinder being extrodinarily pissy and you can accidentally knock it out of its shaft.
Posted on May 22, 2008
Thank you for your help! You saved my grinder !! And also 150€ in my pocket ;)
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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Your machine will probably need service. The water will cause damage to the grinder burrs. I can send you instruction on how to clean out the grinder on a Vienna if you provide me will your email address. You can email me at email@example.com.
You are not the first person to do this. These problems come in at least once a week.
Hope this helps.
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