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Via veneto won't make coffee

I have a saeco veneto that will drip water out for the coffee. I changed the pump but still the same. What needs to be replaced so I can get my machine to work properly.

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I removed the top filter where the water comes out and cleaned it good with a pin for all the holes, then I did the same for the coffee filter. I found alot of the holes plugged which would avoid the from alowing the coffee to come out.

Now it works like new.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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