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Timing is off. Can't unit back together the grars do not match

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This is going to be a tough deal to figure out, but we'll try I found a website that sells the gears, and perhaps if you contact them, they might be able to provide some assistance on the setup for the gear assembly. Here's the site:
http://www.partsguru.com/SaecoViennaBlack.html
Here is another gear vendor:
http://www.cafeparts.com/Product.asp?ItemID=76901
You might try contacting Saeco and see if they can assist you with a set of directions for setting the gears.
Their contact site is here:
http://www.saecosupport.com/contactus.html
Wish I had an exact procedure for you, but perhaps this will help.

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