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The machine won't stop asking for it to ventilate

We've gone through 5 tanks of water and it won't turn off??? Thus we can't make coffee...any suggestions

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Machine is not recognizing that what is going through the machine. It could be due to a flow issue or and part malfunction.
If the Water is coming out from the steam wand in a steady stream then your flow sensor may be bad or clogged.
First thing I would do if you haven’t is the descaling procedure. You may have a calcium block which is causing the issue.

For Instructions on how to descale refer to the user manual for your espresso machine. You can find Saeco Manuals online at http://cerinicoffee.com/Saeco_User_manuals_free.asp

For parts and Saeco Cleaning Supplies visit:
www.cerinicoffee.com

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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