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Dear Expert, My Saeco VIA Venezia Problem is : Machine never comes up to Temperature (no Green Indicator Light), ie. doesn't heat and no pump. Like a fuse is blown. I have been told that there is a 'RESET' internally. Where can I find the reset - had a quick look but nothing obvious. Regards, Bob Greaves

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There is a fuse on top of the boiler. Its under a clip on the outside edge of the boiler. It is covered in a redish brown cover that you have tpo slide off to see the fuse. It is just better to replace the hole thing. If you don't have a pump also it could also be the switch. If you have any power its probably the fuse.

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