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Water from steam nozzle

I purchased the machine in october last year and have had no problems till now.....when i start to make the coffee, water pours out of the steam nozzle at the same time the coffee is brewing, making less coffee each time. a friend who had the same machine had this fault right from the start.

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  • Anonymous Jun 10, 2008

    same problem

  • Anonymous Oct 19, 2008

    Same prob here, after only a year's use...

  • Anonymous May 24, 2009

    We've had the Talea Giro for almost a year. Best of 3 espresso machines we've had. Just started leaking water from the steam nozzle during brweing cycle. seems like a seal or o-ring. Their Service Center said it's covered under warranty, but we need to pack it up and pay shipping to & fro. Could be 2-3 weeks ! back to the manual method for a little while. How spoiled am I ?? Great machine !!

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Mine needed a new "O" ring. This is not a user fix, needs to be sent to an engineer under warranty

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

I purchased a Talea Ring in February this year and have exactly the same problem

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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You have to send it to Saeco service center so they can fix it, it is the gasket in the steam valve that is leaking.

Posted on Jul 11, 2008

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