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SAECO TREVI NO HOT WATER

My Saeco Trevi(identical to Vienna it appears) Just stopped making hot water.The second light that lets you know it's ready, keeps blinking, never getting "ready". Looked for reset switch and fuse as in posts for Vienna, but can't find(or identify) one. The boiler assembly looks identical to the Vienna. Should(could) I just replace the entire assembly as a Fix?

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  • hickbone May 19, 2008

    Thanks Irish! I have been able to locate a boiler assembly online(approx. $100) but that seems to be the extent of parts readily available to the general public(unless you or someone else knows of another site for parts) Would the thermostat, etc. be included with the replacement boiler assembly? Thanks

  • CoffeeNutToo Dec 09, 2008

    Blinking "ready" light never stops blinking

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It would be cheaper to check the thermostat and heating element first and the wiring continuity, although I am not sure if you can find the replacement parts. If you can't, then it looks like you have no choice but to replace the entire assembly.

Posted on May 19, 2008

  • Swilin Sampson
    Swilin Sampson May 19, 2008

    Yes, I believe so..As far as individual parts, like I said, they are extremely hard to find , and you will most likely have to buy an entire second hand piece and rip the necessary parts off it;(

    I belive replacing the entire assembly should solve the problem..


  • jefemax Feb 13, 2016

    Hi, I've got the same problem, Could you solve it?

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