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My saeco aroma does not heat the water. Pump works fine. Maybe one of the three thermostats has blown? How to know? How to test it could it be cause by hard water? Machine is 1.5 years old--descaled every 3 months.

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Where would one (myself) acquire these thermostats from?

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Use your ohms meter to test thermostats.

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

  • 83bj60 Jul 06, 2011

    Talking about the Classico (no idea if the redesigned model is identical inside) the main thermostat is the one in the front, is is a standard 1/2 inch bimetallic disc thermostat, rated for 95C. It gets the most use. You may notice the burnt spade or overheated connector.

    If it broke after just a few years, you may be keeping keep your machine on all day long, which increases the number of cycles, making them wear out faster. It gets worse if you forget to switch off the steam after use (that keeps the machine at 127C, increasing wear and possible damage.

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I have a saeco aroma coffee machine that will not turn on.. This machine has only two thermostats and no reset button visible. Could there be one inside the boiler or should I keep looking?


The Saeco Brand is under the Philips umbrella of companies. The Aroma line is not considered user serviceable beyond descaling and cleaning. However, most devices that heat water tend to have a fusible link somewhere in the power circuit. If you're already poking around inside, trace the power connection (obviously with the machine unplugged) through to the heating elements, sensors, etc. You might find a small "bit" that looks scorched or burnt.
Otherwise, it might be good to contact Saeco and see if there's an authorized repair center near you. The Aroma is definitely pricey enough not to just dump and replace like an old Mr. Coffee.

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The steam light on my Saeco Aroma does not turn on (and no steam comes out), even after the brew light turns on and I press the steam button. How can I get my steam to work?


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It is probably your steam thermostat that needs to be replaced. There are 2 thermostats. The Brew and steam. If one of them fail it won't heat the boiler for that mode. They are easy to replace.

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That is probably you steam thermostat. Its a 127c thermostat.

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Saeco how to reset


called saeco helpdesk and with their assistance found the reset button inside the machine (open the top with a screwdriver). there are three termostates. on the middle one there is a button. when you push it you hear a metallic sound. then you have to close everything and put it on again.

how to avoid this problem: it is important that there comes no air into the heater. So you have to watch the water supply carefully and leave the air out from time to time.

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I had replace my on off rocker switch on my aroma nero after a couple of years I was able to swap out my switch for heating the steam as a temporary fix I purchased a replacement switch from Sacco at that time but I think now you might have to go to a secondary parts dealer I have kept this machine a live for over 12 years and am now going back to it after fighting with my new automatic machine sure it was easy but the taste just was not the same the kids can have it they put so junk in their coffee how would they know pbjh2o@yahoo.com

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Saeco Aroma Espresso Machine.....doesn't draw water.


Hi,

You have to take a bellow pump or similary and fill with water, after that you have to open the steam knob and put force in the water from the bellow pump into the water inlet on the machine.

Hope this will help you, let me know if it works.

/Mirran

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Saeco aroma won't turn on, I tryed different plugs where appliances work.


Hi,

Try to reset the thermostat.

Take off the water tank, now you will see two screw, one in each corner. Take off the top, now you will see the boiler.

There are one thermostat with a pin in the middle, push down this.

Put the top on again and the screw.

Hope this will help you.

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