Question about Schaerer Siena Espresso Machine
Heating Steam The steam boiler has fallen below set point... could be tripped hi -limit .. steam relay faulty
Posted on Dec 21, 2011
Firstly, try to reset the overheat Klixon on the side of the steamboiler. Sometimes they can trip out if they overheat. Once you open the lid cover. You will see the round over heat stat with 2 wires going to it and right in the centre there is a little button that will be popped out, this needs to be reset by pressing it in.
If this is not tripped out, then you need to check the boilers element for resistance using a multimeter to make sure it is ok, I think on those boilers it should be about 45ohms but i'm not 100% sure on that figure? The hot water boiler and steam boiler on these machines are the same so you can check the resistance is the same on both.
If this doesnt help, please provide more details of the fault and I can try to further assist you.
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The problem is a very frequent one a small scale part have been moved and it stack to the water steam valve and it blocking it from closing completely. So when you make coffee the hose of water for coffee is in parallel with hot water steam wand and since the valve remains partially opened the water for coffee find easy escape from steam wand.
So we suggest to perform one more descale and it may need twice hopefully this small scale part to be dissolve a little bit more in order to pass thought the steam valve and thus the valve can close again completely. If you are not so lucky the part remain on the valve then only solution is to disassemble the machine thus clean the steam valve manually. In this solution you may find out that the valve o ring might be damage and thus the leak.
here is the link with steam valve parts and this the parts diagram of the machine and here many more for your machine
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