Question about Saeco VIA Venezia
I have a starbucks barista type sin006. it blows the gfi when turned on. When unpluging the heating element it will not blow fuses and the pump will work. No resistance throught the element contacts but about 10,000 ohms from element contact to boiler tank. Do I have a shorted out element?
You sure have short on the heater element.If you take the wire off from the heater and everything ios working is a short.Also take one wire from the heater and test with a multimeter the heater pin(the one go inside the boiler) and the other one on Ground.If show continuity the heater is in short
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Posted on Jun 21, 2008
Yes I would say so. - Wel done in finding it.
Unusual for it to go this way - usually just goes open circuit.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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