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Saeco odea steamer is leaking

I have had the machine for a few months and the steamer just started leaking (fairly quickly when the coffee is brewing and after)... any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Jul 15, 2008

    descaled several times

  • pmozen Jul 15, 2008

    leaking wand saeco odea

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This is a known issue with the Odea GO. You need to take it in for servicing to get the rubber seals changed. This happened with our maching after about 6 months.

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Its the casket in the Tpipe that has gone bad.

Posted on Jul 11, 2008

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